Jaguar program

  • Tracking and monitoring jaguars of Costa Rica over time and space
  • Identifying and documenting each individual detected
  • Connecting with companies worldwide to protect America's greatest wildcat

Our jags

Our scientific missions includes the study and conservation of the last jaguars of the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. Our goal is to collect crucial data and list each of the individuals still living in this wild and isolated area. Here is a glimpse of the remaining jaguars already detected by our team.

Panatico

First time spotted
6/2/2023
Last time spotted
12/3/2024
Time spotted
4

Lupo

First time spotted
14/5/2019
Last time spotted
8/3/2024
Time spotted
78

Male 8

First time spotted
21/5/2023
Last time spotted
2/1/2024
Time spotted
7

Female 6

First time spotted
12/9/2023
Last time spotted
12/9/2023
Time spotted
1

El Renco

First time spotted
3/7/2023
Last time spotted
3/7/2023
Time spotted
1

Male 11

First time spotted
28/5/2023
Last time spotted
28/5/2023
Time spotted
1

Encanto

First time spotted
23/5/2023
Last time spotted
23/5/2023
Time spotted
1

Leonidas

First time spotted
24/4/2021
Last time spotted
8/3/2023
Time spotted
4

Negro

First time spotted
2/6/2021
Last time spotted
14/1/2023
Time spotted
2

Tala

First time spotted
25/7/2022
Last time spotted
25/7/2022
Time spotted
1

Female 5

First time spotted
6/6/2022
Last time spotted
6/6/2022
Time spotted
1

Don Jag

First time spotted
16/2/2021
Last time spotted
4/6/2022
Time spotted
6

Nubosa

First time spotted
30/6/2017
Last time spotted
28/5/2022
Time spotted
38

Lwazo

First time spotted
24/6/2017
Last time spotted
6/5/2022
Time spotted
78

Evander

First time spotted
7/9/2021
Last time spotted
26/9/2021
Time spotted
2

Lada

First time spotted
28/2/2021
Last time spotted
6/6/2021
Time spotted
3

Cub 1

First time spotted
31/5/2021
Last time spotted
31/5/2021
Time spotted
1

Cub 2

First time spotted
31/5/2021
Last time spotted
31/5/2021
Time spotted
1

Shāhdosa

First time spotted
25/9/2017
Last time spotted
5/3/2020
Time spotted
9

Tico

First time spotted
22/7/2019
Last time spotted
24/8/2019
Time spotted
5

Unidentified 1

First time spotted
14/7/2019
Last time spotted
14/7/2019
Time spotted
1

La Quinta

First time spotted
8/8/2018
Last time spotted
20/5/2019
Time spotted
3

Rüka

First time spotted
13/11/2014
Last time spotted
13/11/2014
Time spotted
1

Scientific contributions

Along with raising awareness about conservation, Tico's Wild Studio is becoming a key actor regarding jaguars in Costa Rica, participating in scientific advancement by providing essential informations to numerous studies and articles.

* Each camera trap lost or destroyed during the subscription period will be replaced

** Includes plane tickets, carbon footprint, accommodation and activities, for one week, for one person during an active subscription