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The jaguar is the rarest mammal to roam the United States, but Janay Brun was lucky enough to have a close encounter with this revered feline. Meeting the nation's only known wild jaguar, known as Macho B, in the Sonoran Desert inspired her ten-year odyssey following the endangered cat's trail. Their story begins in the remote lands along the southern U.S. border with Mexico and concludes in the hollowed halls of a federal courtroom in Tucson, Arizona. Environmental activist and "Grizzly Years" author Doug Peacock calls Janay Brun's exposť "a very valuable book...As good an inside look at insular fish and game departments as has been written. The role and cost of whistleblowing is clear, as is the portrait of the assholes who skated." Josh Gross, founding editor of the "Jaguar and its Allies" blog, has dubbed this "a must-read book."
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