While urbanization and sprawl into every nook and cranny of the ecosystem has left large habitat patches in North American relatively difficult to attain, a post by Treehugger shows that the less dense South American continent has the potential to provide a large mosaic of territory for the native Panther - Jaguar onca - (aka Jaguar) through patches of larger areas connected through corridors. The maps are dynamic, showing a macro-scale mapping between Central and South America. (all images via Panthera)
The Landscape Analysis Lab offers shared mapping data of a range of habitats for large cats, although the scale is a bit large to make any generalizations. Much like many species, we can see a marked decline in range due to fragmentation of habitat. There are some more detail maps that show a smaller-scale landscape and connectivity corridors between larger patches of habitat.