Posted Jul 21 | 10:23pm
Join us in Okeechobee, Florida on August 21st for the ninth event in a ten part series of "Corridor Conversations." The evening is FREE and open to the public, and includes a reception, film screening, and panel discussion. See you there! IRSC - Dixon Hendry Campus, Florida Humanities Council, Live Oak Production Group, Audra Clemons Media Services
Posted Jul 18 | 11:02am
Florida panther pics and info from MyFWC. Make sure to follow them for weekly updates!
Posted Jul 16 | 11:45pm
Did you know that our upcoming trek will begin in the #Everglades Headwaters? We support these science-based, priority land acquisitions and land protection efforts in Everglades Headwaters National Wildlife Refuge & Conservation Area and beyond, which are critical to connecting the Florida Wildlife Corridor!
Posted Jul 15 | 04:46pm
Another invasive species gaining a foothold in South Florida:
Posted Jul 14 | 07:10am
Friday Factoid: Did you know the deep burrows gopher tortoises dig out for shelter are used by more than 350 other species?
Posted Jul 14 | 05:07am
Interesting article on Homosassa, which will the 2014 Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition will visit in October, after scallop season is over. Homosassa is a good example of a local economy that is dependent on the health of the environment. "the Citrus coast now has the most robust scallop fishery in Florida, with an area of sea grass six times the size of Manhattan. The area's hotels are booked every weekend through September, and its restaurants, many of which will clean and cook their customers' fresh catch, are packed night after night. In Citrus, the promoters of tourism call it a phenomenon."
Posted Jul 11 | 03:36pm
Today is July 11th which means ... our next Expedition launches in 3 short months, on Oct 11th, 2014! Can you help us reach 10,000 likes by the start of the Expedition?! Or can you help sponsor the Expedition by making an online contribution?
Posted Jul 11 | 03:25pm
A previous American Variety Radio interview with Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition team members Carlton Ward and Mallory Dimmitt will be on air this Sunday at 4:30pm on WMFE 90.7FM in Orlando. You can also use the link below, click on "Past Shows" and then click on #288 to listen to the mp3 recording anytime.