Thursday, March 08, 2012

New Blog about Macho B

Ya'll remember Macho B, right? The second-to-last jaguar seen north of the U.S. border and subsequently killed by Arizona Game and Fish Department, et al, and their lethal combination of incompetence, malfeasance, and high self-regard.

Janay Brun, who was the whistleblower who first admitted that the whole shindig wasn't exactly an accident, has started a blog to uncover and reveal the whole story. Called, "Whistling for the Jaguar," it's well worth focused readers' attention.

Keep up the good work, Janay.

1 comment:

Greennrational said...

Janay got let off the hook for her part in the Macho B incident. Her being forbidden from being involved in any big cat research (which is the main reason she is now blogging instead and out of the southwest) after her in court admitted involvement to placing jaguar scat at snares amounts to a slap on the wrist. Her actions along with Emil Mccain show the problem with self righteous environmental groups taking matters into their own hands because they believe no one loves the animals more than them or knows better than them. They intentionally snared Macho b so they could GPS collar him for the political reason of showing movement across the border to oppose the border fence. It is all to typical for these types that the end justifies the means.