This Year, four people from the Florida Wildlife Corridor required part inside a 1,000 mile trek of Florida where they hiked, paddled, biked and rode horses. Lately, these four explorers visited the College of Orlando on Wednesday, Feb 19 to provide a documentary of the over three month lengthy journey. The objective of your way ended up being to highlight the requirement for a continuing road to protected lands along the size of the condition.
The Expedition started within the Southern Everglades, after which adopted the Everglades, the Kissimmee River, St. Johns River and also the Suwannee River. The expedition was became a member of by a number of different parties in a nutshell increments including ranchers and environmentalists.
Carlton Ward Junior., an expert professional photographer and also the expedition organizer, printed an award-winning book entitled Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition: Everglades to Okefenokee. A documentary of the identical name was shot by team member Elam Stoltzfus.
The documentary presentation may happen on Wednesday evening in the Fairwinds Alumni Center in UCF. The reception starts at 5:30pm and also the documentary will be provided at 6:30pm having a panel discussion to follow along with.
If you are thinking about visiting the event, it’s free and seating is going to be on the first come, first serve basis. Wild Florida celebrates all types of Florida wildlife, natural Florida, and Florida airboats. To understand more about Wild Florida, visit our website.