Rick Williams, "is one of the incorporators of Northern Jaguar Project, Inc. and is a founding board member. He has served as treasurer since the organization’s inception. Prior to the formalization of the Northern Jaguar Project, Rick was a wildlife photographer in the Northern Rockies with works appearing at art shows, regional galleries, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, and Grand Teton National Park’s visitor centers. After becoming familiar with the jaguars of the Southwest, Rick moved from Driggs, Idaho, to Tucson, Arizona, to assist Carlos López González in maintaining his jaguar research and budding conservation project in the Sierra Madre foothills. Rick has spent months in the field with researchers, and he worked as volunteer organizer and coordinator during the early stages of the Northern Jaguar Project’s development. Today, most of Rick’s photographic work is focused on documenting the diverse flora, fauna, and land of the Northern Jaguar Reserve." 
- Treasurer, Northern Jaguar Project
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- Directors, Northern Jaguar Project, accessed December 2, 2008.