El Jefe Mural

El Jefe Mural (Kati Astraeir)


Art and science crossed paths in an especially riveting and beautiful way when an eight-foot high, 20-foot long mural of the endangered jaguar was unveiled in Tucson. 

Tucson artist Kati Astraeir painted the mural which was commissioned by the Center for Biological Diversity as part of its Endangered Species Murals project. The jaguar mural can be found at North Seventh and East Toole St. in downtown Tucson.

The painting is a tribute to El Jefe, America’s only known jaguar, who lives just outside of Tucson.

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Change Rooms
Bathroom / Toilet
Hair Dryer
Water refills
Ironing Board
Bag storage
Bike pumps (Schrader&Presta)
Basic tool kit
Free wifi
Details of local bike routes
Details of bike hire locations
Food fuel - portable, healthy packaged snacks for purchase
Complimentary bike locks
Bike rider discounts
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