In March of 1996, Warner saw a Mexican Jaguar in the wild, in the United States. A confirmed sighting of this kind is a very rare occurrence. Rarer still, are photographs of a live jaguar in the wild, in the United States. Warner was able to take 19 pictures and we have picked out the 10 best and have published them in a 28 page softcover book with the story of that day. Included in the book is an essay by Ray Turner, co-author of The Changing Mile and Sonoran Desert Plants: An Ecological Atlas. Jay Dusard, photographer/author of The North American Cowboy, A Portrait, and Open Country, has written the afterword and included his portrait of Warner and his daughter, Kelly Glenn-Kimbro, taken especially for the book. Jay has also included several pen and ink drawings in the book. A note from Warner, “I would also like to thank the many friends and family members who have encouraged me to write this story.” Printing by George and Vicky Drennan, owners of The Printing Corner in El Paso.
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