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#Repost from @natgeo with @regram.app ... Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther. @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollutionfree

#Repost from @natgeo with @regram.app ... Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8 ) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther . @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollutionfree - 5 days ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther. @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution

Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8 ) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther . @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution - 7 days ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther. @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution

Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8 ) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther . @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution - 8 days ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther. @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution

#Repost @natgeo (@get_repost ) ・・・ Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8 ) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther . @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution - 8 days ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther. @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution

Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8 ) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther . @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution - 8 days ago

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Photo by CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther. insidenatgeo natgeocreative fl_wildcorridor with mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution

natgeo • • • • • Follow to see all the interesting stuff only on one page @qeti_chelidze_ _________________________ Photo by CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther . insidenatgeo natgeocreative fl_wildcorridor with mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution - 8 days ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther. @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution

Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8 ) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther . @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution - 8 days ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther. @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution

Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8 ) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther . @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution - 8 days ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther. @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution

Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8 ) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther . @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution - 8 days ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther. @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution

Photo by @CarltonWard | Northwest Florida is said to have the highest concentration of freshwater springs in the world. Unfortunately, in many of Florida’s springs, eelgrass and other native vegetation has been overgrown and displaced by toxic green algae, seen here blanketing the bottom of Manatee Springs and ensconcing a manatee searching for food, as biologist Joe Guthrie (@joeguthrie8 ) observes from above. The proliferation of algae in recent years is attributed to increased pollution in springsheds and over pumping of the aquifer that has reduced spring flows to further concentrate pollutants. This photograph was captured on day 20 of the 70-day, 1000-mile Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, a National Geographic supported project that traced the best remaining wildlife corridor connecting the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to the vast pine forests of the Florida panhandle and Alabama. Please follow @CarltonWard for more #FloridaWild #keepflwild #pathofthepanther . @insidenatgeo @natgeocreative @fl_wildcorridor with @mallorydimmitt #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #spring #manatee #algae #freshwater #pollution - 8 days ago

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#TBT to a breathtaking scene during the 2015 #Glades2Gulf Expedition! > > A misty morning paddle down Crawford Creek in the Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge. This particular morning was one of the most beautiful on the #Glades2Gulf @fl_wildcorridor expedition. It felt like moving through a dream! 
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#TBT to a breathtaking scene during the 2015 #Glades2Gulf Expedition! > > A misty morning paddle down Crawford Creek in the Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge. This particular morning was one of the most beautiful on the #Glades2Gulf @fl_wildcorridor expedition. It felt like moving through a dream! Photo by @alexofthewild - 3 months ago

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More gorgeous Florida. I'm so lucky to have the Tropical Studio here! Repost via #rePLANOLY from @carltonward
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The Gulf coast of Florida is one of my favorite places in the world. Here the Aucilla River spreads out into the Gulf in an area known as the Forgotten Coast. During the 2015 @fl_wildcorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition we explored this river and nearly 20 others during our journey from the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to Gulf Islands National Seashore near Pensacola. Further upstream, the Aucilla actually disappears underground beneath the limestone and reappears several times on its way to the coast. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild #GulfofMexico

More gorgeous Florida. I'm so lucky to have the Tropical Studio here! Repost via #rePLANOLY from @carltonward . The Gulf coast of Florida is one of my favorite places in the world. Here the Aucilla River spreads out into the Gulf in an area known as the Forgotten Coast. During the 2015 @fl_wildcorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition we explored this river and nearly 20 others during our journey from the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to Gulf Islands National Seashore near Pensacola. Further upstream, the Aucilla actually disappears underground beneath the limestone and reappears several times on its way to the coast. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild #GulfofMexico - 3 months ago

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Our team is scouting out the upcoming #heartland2headwaters trek! 👈🏽SWIPE LEFT! #Repost @mallorydimmitt
・・・Good times scouting the #heartland2headwaters trek areas with @carltonward yesterday, getting ready for our next @fl_wildcorridor expedition April 15-22.  We followed I-4 back to Tampa, the very last pic shows where we crossed under the interstate in our 2015 #glades2gulf expedition. #keepflwild #corridoratacrossroads #connectprotectrestore #helicopter #scouting

Our team is scouting out the upcoming #heartland2headwaters trek! 🏽SWIPE LEFT! #Repost @mallorydimmitt ・・・Good times scouting the #heartland2headwaters trek areas with @carltonward yesterday, getting ready for our next @fl_wildcorridor expedition April 15-22. We followed I-4 back to Tampa, the very last pic shows where we crossed under the interstate in our 2015 #glades2gulf expedition. #keepflwild #corridoratacrossroads #connectprotectrestore #helicopter #scouting - 4 months ago

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Good times scouting the #heartland2headwaters trek area with @carltonward yesterday, getting ready for our next @fl_wildcorridor expedition April 15-22.  We followed I-4 back to Tampa, the very last pic shows where we crossed under the interstate on our 2015 #glades2gulf expedition. #keepflwild #corridoratacrossroads #connectprotectrestore #helicopter #scouting

Good times scouting the #heartland2headwaters trek area with @carltonward yesterday, getting ready for our next @fl_wildcorridor expedition April 15-22. We followed I-4 back to Tampa, the very last pic shows where we crossed under the interstate on our 2015 #glades2gulf expedition. #keepflwild #corridoratacrossroads #connectprotectrestore #helicopter #scouting - 4 months ago

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#Repost @carltonward
・・・The Gulf coast of Florida is one of my favorite places in the world. Here the Aucilla River spreads out into the Gulf in an area known as the Forgotten Coast. During the 2015 @fl_wildcorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition we explored this river and nearly 20 others during our journey from the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to Gulf Islands National Seashore near Pensacola. Further upstream, the Aucilla actually disappears underground beneath the limestone and reappears several times on its way to the coast. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild #GulfofMexico

#Repost @carltonward ・・・The Gulf coast of Florida is one of my favorite places in the world. Here the Aucilla River spreads out into the Gulf in an area known as the Forgotten Coast. During the 2015 @fl_wildcorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition we explored this river and nearly 20 others during our journey from the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to Gulf Islands National Seashore near Pensacola. Further upstream, the Aucilla actually disappears underground beneath the limestone and reappears several times on its way to the coast. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild #GulfofMexico - 4 months ago

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The Gulf coast of Florida is one of my favorite places in the world. Here the Aucilla River spreads out into the Gulf in an area known as the Forgotten Coast. During the 2015 @fl_wildcorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition we explored this river and nearly 20 others during our journey from the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to Gulf Islands National Seashore near Pensacola. Further upstream, the Aucilla actually disappears underground beneath the limestone and reappears several times on its way to the coast. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild #GulfofMexico

The Gulf coast of Florida is one of my favorite places in the world. Here the Aucilla River spreads out into the Gulf in an area known as the Forgotten Coast. During the 2015 @fl_wildcorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition we explored this river and nearly 20 others during our journey from the Everglades Headwaters near Orlando to Gulf Islands National Seashore near Pensacola. Further upstream, the Aucilla actually disappears underground beneath the limestone and reappears several times on its way to the coast. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild #GulfofMexico - 4 months ago

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#inst10 #ReGram @natgeo: Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida.
#FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring

#inst10 #ReGram @natgeo : Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring - 4 months ago

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Beautiful Central Florida Day Lake George WMA #scotthelfrichphotography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #sunrise #beautiful #fun_in_florida #backyard #nwf #floridastateparks #birds #birding #FYPyes #sun #realflorida #howtodoflorida #oldflorida #eagle #photography #fun #flowers #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #bird - 4 months ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida.
#FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring #rainbowriver #florida #marioncounty #centralflorida #sunshinestate #wildlifewednesday #cormorant #iloveflorida #dunnellon

🌞🦅 #Repost @natgeo ・・・ Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring #rainbowriver #florida #marioncounty #centralflorida #sunshinestate #wildlifewednesday #cormorant #iloveflorida #dunnellon - 4 months ago

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@Regrann from @natgeo: Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida.
#FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring

@Regrann from @natgeo : Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring - 4 months ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida.
#FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring

Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring - 4 months ago

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#Repost @natgeo
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Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida.
#FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring

#Repost @natgeo • • • Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring - 4 months ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida.
#FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring

Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring - 4 months ago

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Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida.
#FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring

Photo by @CarltonWard // I was exploring the Rainbow River with fellow conservation photographer Mac Stone when this cormorant let us swim up within a foot of its perch on a submerged palm. We had been watching him forage beneath the surface further downstream when I noticed that he was returning back upstream toward his favorite log. I was exhausted from swimming against the stiff current when I caught up and struggled to tread water holding my dome port at the water line. For an instant, the cormorant turned in my direction and spread his wings. Thankfully the focus and flash settings were ready to capture the moment. Then I relaxed and let the current swept me back downstream. The cormorant dried his wings a bit longer and then slid back into the water to chase more fish. We visited the Rainbow River during the #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition, which emphasized the importance of protecting a connected network of land and water throughout Florida. #FloridaWild #KeepFLWild @FL_WildCorridor #river #spring - 4 months ago

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RT @fl_wildcorridor ♥ 3 years ago today, we wrapped the incredible #glades2gulf expedition. Here's to your continued work out there! 🍻@carltonward @mallorydimmitt @joeguthrie8 #keepflwild #heartlandtoheadwaters

RT @fl_wildcorridor 3 years ago today, we wrapped the incredible #glades2gulf expedition. Here's to your continued work out there! @carltonward @mallorydimmitt @joeguthrie8 #keepflwild #heartlandtoheadwaters - 4 months ago

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3 years ago today the Florida Wildlife Corridor  #Glades2Gulf expedition wrapped up in far northwest Florida. In ~3 weeks we’ll start a new (mini)Expedition from #Heartland2Headwaters, smack dab in the center of the state and its 21 Million people, where the Corridor is at a Crossroads. Be sure to follow along! Learn more about the trek on the link in our bio! 
#keepFLwild #connectprotectrestore #corridoratacrossroads @grizzlycreekfilms @joeguthrie8 @carltonward @mallorydimmitt

3 years ago today the Florida Wildlife Corridor #Glades2Gulf expedition wrapped up in far northwest Florida. In ~3 weeks we’ll start a new (mini)Expedition from #Heartland2Headwaters , smack dab in the center of the state and its 21 Million people, where the Corridor is at a Crossroads. Be sure to follow along! Learn more about the trek on the link in our bio! #keepFLwild #connectprotectrestore #corridoratacrossroads @grizzlycreekfilms @joeguthrie8 @carltonward @mallorydimmitt - 4 months ago

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American Avocets 
Beautiful Morning #florida #scotthelfrichphotography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #sunrise #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #FYPyes #bird #birds #birding #eagle #photography #fun #flowers #merrittisland #nwr #hiking #fishing

American Avocets Beautiful Morning #florida #scotthelfrichphotography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #sunrise #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #FYPyes #bird #birds #birding #eagle #photography #fun #flowers #merrittisland #nwr #hiking #fishing - 4 months ago

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At the base of a cedar tree, biologist Bill Tate nets an Okaloosa Darter, a small, endangered fish that had been a catalyst for stream restoration throughout Eglin Air Force Base, which protects 95 percent of the species' total habitat. Bill taught us about his work with USFWS during the 2015 @fl_wildcorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition. #floridawild #keepflwild

At the base of a cedar tree, biologist Bill Tate nets an Okaloosa Darter, a small, endangered fish that had been a catalyst for stream restoration throughout Eglin Air Force Base, which protects 95 percent of the species' total habitat. Bill taught us about his work with USFWS during the 2015 @fl_wildcorridor #Glades2Gulf Expedition. #floridawild #keepflwild - 4 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 62 - An American toad poses proudly in Blackwater River State Forest. #floridawildlifecorridor #wildFL #blackwaterriverstateforest #KeepFLwild

Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography

#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 62 - An American toad poses proudly in Blackwater River State Forest. #floridawildlifecorridor #wildFL #blackwaterriverstateforest #KeepFLwild Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 4 months ago

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This time 3 years ago we were paddling Grayton Beach State Park with our friends at @yoloboard! #glades2gulf #throwbackthursday #wildFL #YOLO #ExploretheCorridor #GetOutside

This time 3 years ago we were paddling Grayton Beach State Park with our friends at @yoloboard ! #glades2gulf #throwbackthursday #wildFL #YOLO #ExploretheCorridor #GetOutside - 5 months ago

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"Some of my favorite photos from the whole Expedition were from this day 3 years ago." #Glades2Gulf #ExploretheCorridor #ForgottenCoast @grizzlycreekfilms 
Photos by @mallorydimmitt

"Some of my favorite photos from the whole Expedition were from this day 3 years ago." #Glades2Gulf #ExploretheCorridor #ForgottenCoast @grizzlycreekfilms Photos by @mallorydimmitt - 5 months ago

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Looking back on our time exploring this unique region of the Florida Wildlife Corridor during our #Glades2Gulf Expedition. #DeadLakes #ExploretheCorridor

Photo by @mallorydimmitt

Looking back on our time exploring this unique region of the Florida Wildlife Corridor during our #Glades2Gulf Expedition. #DeadLakes #ExploretheCorridor Photo by @mallorydimmitt - 5 months ago

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The Apalachicola River from our sandbar camp three years ago today on the @fl_wildcorridor #glades2gulf Expedition. #bigriver #apalachicola #keepflwild #getoutside #3yrsago

The Apalachicola River from our sandbar camp three years ago today on the @fl_wildcorridor #glades2gulf Expedition. #bigriver #apalachicola #keepflwild #getoutside #3yrsago - 5 months ago

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Looking back to past Florida Wildlife Corridor Expeditions as we gear up for our upcoming trek....Here's a sunrise view of one of the many tributary creeks flowing into Choctawhatchee Bay, in Walton County, in the Florida panhandle. #floridawildlifecorridor #wildFL #Expedition #Glades2Gulf #KeepFLwild #ConnectProtectRestore

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Looking back to past Florida Wildlife Corridor Expeditions as we gear up for our upcoming trek....Here's a sunrise view of one of the many tributary creeks flowing into Choctawhatchee Bay, in Walton County, in the Florida panhandle. #floridawildlifecorridor #wildFL #Expedition #Glades2Gulf #KeepFLwild #ConnectProtectRestore Photo by @joeguthrie8 - 5 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 26 - Alex Morrison explores the Aucilla Sinks on the Aucilla River. #floridawildlifecorridor #wildfl #keepFLwild #ExploretheCorridor #Expedition @alexofthewild 
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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 26 - Alex Morrison explores the Aucilla Sinks on the Aucilla River. #floridawildlifecorridor #wildfl #keepFLwild #ExploretheCorridor #Expedition @alexofthewild Photo by @carltonward - 5 months ago

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Such a great memory of hanging out in the Chassahowitzka swamps this time 3 years ago! #Glades2Gulf #Expedition

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Such a great memory of hanging out in the Chassahowitzka swamps this time 3 years ago! #Glades2Gulf #Expedition Photo by @joeguthrie8 - 6 months ago

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Awwwwsome Morning 
#florida #scotthelfrichphotography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #sunrise #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #FYPyes #bird #birds #birding #eagle #photography #fun #great_shots #gator #alligator #gatorland

Awwwwsome Morning #florida #scotthelfrichphotography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #sunrise #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #FYPyes #bird #birds #birding #eagle #photography #fun #great_shots #gator #alligator #gatorland - 6 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 14: A manatee mother and her calf in Three Sisters Springs. #floridawildlifecorridor #manatee #Expedition #wildFL #KeepFLwild

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 14: A manatee mother and her calf in Three Sisters Springs. #floridawildlifecorridor #manatee #Expedition #wildFL #KeepFLwild Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 6 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 20 - Jeff Reed documents the invasive algae encroachment in 
Manatee Springs State Park. #floridawildlifecorridor #springs #wildFL #KeepFLwild @jeffreedfilm @grizzlycreekfilms 
Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography

#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 20 - Jeff Reed documents the invasive algae encroachment in Manatee Springs State Park. #floridawildlifecorridor #springs #wildFL #KeepFLwild @jeffreedfilm @grizzlycreekfilms Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 6 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 10 >> Carlton Ward paddles Crawford Creek in the morning fog. #floridawildlifecorridor #wildFL #explorethecorridor @carltonward 
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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 10 >> Carlton Ward paddles Crawford Creek in the morning fog. #floridawildlifecorridor #wildFL #explorethecorridor @carltonward Photo by @mallorydimmitt - 6 months ago

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#tbt >> At this time 3 years ago we launched the Glades to Gulf Expedition, a second 1000-mile leg of the Corridor from Central Florida to the Gulf Coast, through the Big Bend, and across the Panhandle all the way to Alabama, where our trek concluded at the Gulf Islands National Seashore. We highlighted stories of ecological importance, including Longleaf Pine restoration and the health of the Gulf fishery, expanding the statewide corridor vision west to Alabama. The journey was documented the entire way, using social media to showcase imagery and reporting from the field. We hosted a series of Saturday “Trail Mixers,” where the public was invited to join the Expedition team to participate in our trek. #glades2gulf #expedition #floridawildlifecorridor

#tbt >> At this time 3 years ago we launched the Glades to Gulf Expedition, a second 1000-mile leg of the Corridor from Central Florida to the Gulf Coast, through the Big Bend, and across the Panhandle all the way to Alabama, where our trek concluded at the Gulf Islands National Seashore. We highlighted stories of ecological importance, including Longleaf Pine restoration and the health of the Gulf fishery, expanding the statewide corridor vision west to Alabama. The journey was documented the entire way, using social media to showcase imagery and reporting from the field. We hosted a series of Saturday “Trail Mixers,” where the public was invited to join the Expedition team to participate in our trek. #glades2gulf #expedition #floridawildlifecorridor - 6 months ago

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If you haven’t seen this - #gowatchthis #now ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ #Repost @fl_wildcorridor ・・・
<< The Forgotten Coast is NOW STREAMING for FREE on @pbs >> Click the link in our bio and then share with your friends! #TheForgottenCoast #Glades2Gulf #wildFL

If you haven’t seen this - #gowatchthis #now #Repost @fl_wildcorridor ・・・ << The Forgotten Coast is NOW STREAMING for FREE on @pbs >> Click the link in our bio and then share with your friends! #TheForgottenCoast #Glades2Gulf #wildFL - 7 months ago

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<< The Forgotten Coast is NOW STREAMING for FREE on @pbs! >> Click the link in our bio and then share with your friends! #TheForgottenCoast #Glades2Gulf #wildFL

<< The Forgotten Coast is NOW STREAMING for FREE on @pbs ! >> Click the link in our bio and then share with your friends! #TheForgottenCoast #Glades2Gulf #wildFL - 7 months ago

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**This just in!** The Forgotten Coast is NOW streaming on PBS.org and just in time for the holidays! (🐾LINK IN BIO 🐾)Tune in and come along for this rugged 1000-mile journey by foot, paddle, and bike through Florida's wildest landscapes. #KeepFLWild #Glades2Gulf 
http://www.pbs.org/video/forgotten-coast-return-wild-florida/

Special thanks to Grizzly Creek Films and all of our film sponsors!

**This just in!** The Forgotten Coast is NOW streaming on PBS.org and just in time for the holidays! (LINK IN BIO )Tune in and come along for this rugged 1000-mile journey by foot, paddle, and bike through Florida's wildest landscapes. #KeepFLWild #Glades2Gulf http://www.pbs.org/video/forgotten-coast-return-wild-florida/ Special thanks to Grizzly Creek Films and all of our film sponsors! - 7 months ago

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It's a brisk day in Florida! It was a chilly day like today when our team prepared for a 4 day unsupported paddling trip on the Apalachicola River. ❄️#glades2gulf #Expedition #wildFL #Floridawinter #apalachicola #Getoutside #ExploretheCorridor @mallorydimmitt @joeguthrie8 
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It's a brisk day in Florida! It was a chilly day like today when our team prepared for a 4 day unsupported paddling trip on the Apalachicola River. #glades2gulf #Expedition #wildFL #Floridawinter #apalachicola #Getoutside #ExploretheCorridor @mallorydimmitt @joeguthrie8 Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 7 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 59 - A red maple tree seeds out over the Yellow River. #floridawildlifecorridor #KeepFLwild #ExploretheCorridor #wildFL

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 59 - A red maple tree seeds out over the Yellow River. #floridawildlifecorridor #KeepFLwild #ExploretheCorridor #wildFL Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 7 months ago

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One of many sprawling live oaks along the Florida Trail in the Green Swamp. #wildFL #FloridaTrail #Glades2Gulf #ExploretheCorridor #getoutside #GreenSwamp #liveoak

Photo by @joeguthrie8 / Joe Guthrie

One of many sprawling live oaks along the Florida Trail in the Green Swamp. #wildFL #FloridaTrail #Glades2Gulf #ExploretheCorridor #getoutside #GreenSwamp #liveoak Photo by @joeguthrie8 / Joe Guthrie - 8 months ago

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A dolphin navigates the cool waters of the Chassahowitzka River. #wildlifewednesday #floridawildlifecorridor #Glades2Gulf #Expedition #thechaz #wildFL

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A dolphin navigates the cool waters of the Chassahowitzka River. #wildlifewednesday #floridawildlifecorridor #Glades2Gulf #Expedition #thechaz #wildFL Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 8 months ago

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American White Pelicans are one of the largest birds in North America with wing spans reaching 10 feet across. They migrate to Florida for winters from breeding grounds as far away as northern Canada. This flock was photographed on day 44 of the #Glades2Gulf Expedition in St. Vincent Sound, near the Apalachicola River delta with the Gulf of Mexico. 
#floridawildlifecorridor #wildFL #whitepelican #keepFLwild #loveFL

Photo by @carltonward /Carlton Ward Photography

American White Pelicans are one of the largest birds in North America with wing spans reaching 10 feet across. They migrate to Florida for winters from breeding grounds as far away as northern Canada. This flock was photographed on day 44 of the #Glades2Gulf Expedition in St. Vincent Sound, near the Apalachicola River delta with the Gulf of Mexico. #floridawildlifecorridor #wildFL #whitepelican #keepFLwild #loveFL Photo by @carltonward /Carlton Ward Photography - 9 months ago

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Chillin' in the Chaz! Film maker Eric Bendick, camera man Jeff Reed, Carlton Ward and Joe Guthrie explore and film at Chassahowitzka Springs during the #Glades2Gulf Expedition. #theforgottencoast #floridawildlifecorridor #wildfl #chassahowitzka #springs @grizzlycreekfilms @bendicci @carltonward @joeguthrie8 @jeffreedfilm 
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Chillin' in the Chaz! Film maker Eric Bendick, camera man Jeff Reed, Carlton Ward and Joe Guthrie explore and film at Chassahowitzka Springs during the #Glades2Gulf Expedition. #theforgottencoast #floridawildlifecorridor #wildfl #chassahowitzka #springs @grizzlycreekfilms @bendicci @carltonward @joeguthrie8 @jeffreedfilm Photo by @alexjanephoto - 9 months ago

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Looking for some wild Florida inspiration? Check out the "Explore the Corridor" tab on our website (<< link in bio >>) for a list of publicly accessible locations within the Florida Wildlife Corridor. 
Photo taken by Laurie Elmer / @elmerlm during the #Glades2Gulf Expedition.

Looking for some wild Florida inspiration? Check out the "Explore the Corridor" tab on our website (<< link in bio >>) for a list of publicly accessible locations within the Florida Wildlife Corridor. Photo taken by Laurie Elmer / @elmerlm during the #Glades2Gulf Expedition. - 9 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 48: Sundial lupine gathers morning dewdrops in Econfina Creek Water Management Area. #floridawildlifecorridor #expedition #sundiallupine #KeepFLwild #wildFL

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 48: Sundial lupine gathers morning dewdrops in Econfina Creek Water Management Area. #floridawildlifecorridor #expedition #sundiallupine #KeepFLwild #wildFL Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 9 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 64: Joe Guthrie searches the longleaf pines of Blackwater River State Forest for red-cockaded woodpeckers in the early morning. @joeguthrie8 #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Expedition #wildFL #redcockadedwoodpecker #KeepFLwild #flashbackfriday 
Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography

#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 64: Joe Guthrie searches the longleaf pines of Blackwater River State Forest for red-cockaded woodpeckers in the early morning. @joeguthrie8 #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #Expedition #wildFL #redcockadedwoodpecker #KeepFLwild #flashbackfriday Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 9 months ago

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Good Morning 
#florida #scotthelfrichphotography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #sunrise #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FYPyes #sun #realflorida #howtodoflorida #oldflorida

Good Morning #florida #scotthelfrichphotography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #sunrise #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FYPyes #sun #realflorida #howtodoflorida #oldflorida - 9 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 19: Black-backed skimmers fly at sunrise over Cedar Key. #skimmers #Floridawildlifecorridor #wildfl #KeepFLwild #ConnectProtectRestore #CedarKey 
Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography

#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 19: Black-backed skimmers fly at sunrise over Cedar Key. #skimmers #Floridawildlifecorridor #wildfl #KeepFLwild #ConnectProtectRestore #CedarKey Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 10 months ago

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Beautiful Sunset Tonight 
#realflorida #howtodoflorida #oldflorida #eagle #photography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #scotthelfrichphotography #daytrip #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #FYPyes #bird #birds #birding

Beautiful Sunset Tonight #realflorida #howtodoflorida #oldflorida #eagle #photography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #scotthelfrichphotography #daytrip #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #FYPyes #bird #birds #birding - 11 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 67: New life in the form of a budding fern grows out of a recent burn in Rainwater Preserve on the Perdido River. #KeepFLWild #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #ExploretheCorridor #wildFL 
Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography

#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 67: New life in the form of a budding fern grows out of a recent burn in Rainwater Preserve on the Perdido River. #KeepFLWild #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #ExploretheCorridor #wildFL Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 11 months ago

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Good Morning #florida #scotthelfrichphotography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #sunrise #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #FYPyes #bird #birds #birding #FYPyes #sun #realflorida #howtodoflorida #oldflorida #jacksonville #ferry

Good Morning #florida #scotthelfrichphotography #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #sunrise #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #FYPyes #bird #birds #birding #FYPyes #sun #realflorida #howtodoflorida #oldflorida #jacksonville #ferry - 11 months ago

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#Tbt - The Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition team launched the 70 day, 1,000 mile 2015 #Glades2Gulf trek from Creek Ranch on Lake Hatchineha. #Floridawildlifecorridor #wildfl #KeepFLwild @joeguthrie8 @mallorydimmitt @carltonward 
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#Tbt - The Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition team launched the 70 day, 1,000 mile 2015 #Glades2Gulf trek from Creek Ranch on Lake Hatchineha. #Floridawildlifecorridor #wildfl #KeepFLwild @joeguthrie8 @mallorydimmitt @carltonward Photo by Gil Williams - 12 months ago

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One Step Beyond 
#lighthouse #light #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #scotthelfrichphotography #daytrip #sunrise #beautiful #fun_in_florida #marine #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #FYPyes #bird #birds #birding #FYPyes #sun #realflorida #howtodoflorida #oldflorida

One Step Beyond #lighthouse #light #floridalife #floridalifeproducts #scotthelfrichphotography #daytrip #sunrise #beautiful #fun_in_florida #marine #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark #FYPyes #bird #birds #birding #FYPyes #sun #realflorida #howtodoflorida #oldflorida - 12 months ago

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Flashback Florida Friday
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#herpetology #roamflorida #reptile #myfwc #naturefl #floridawildlifecorridor #lovefl #glades2gulf #nature #wildlife #florida #seekthetrails #optoutside #lizard #herpsdaily #instanature #nikon

Flashback Florida Friday . . . . . . #herpetology #roamflorida #reptile #myfwc #naturefl #floridawildlifecorridor #lovefl #glades2gulf #nature #wildlife #florida #seekthetrails #optoutside #lizard #herpsdaily #instanature #nikon - 12 months ago

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Pssst...The Forgotten Coast is streaming for FREE - 24/7 on pbs.org now through Sept.! Check out the link in our bio. #TheForgottenCoast #Glades2Gulf @pbs #Repost @mallorydimmitt
・・・Filmmaker Eric Bendick (@bendicci) reflects on the Ochlockonee River during a stunning winter paddling stretch of the @fl_wildcorridor #glades2gulf expedition. Eric and a team from @grizzlycreekfilms  documented the journey, so that you can check out The Forgotten Coast film, free, on @pbs through September.  @joeguthrie8 @carltonward #keepflwild #ochlockoneeriver #tateshell #realflorida #forgottencoast #tbt

Pssst...The Forgotten Coast is streaming for FREE - 24/7 on pbs.org now through Sept.! Check out the link in our bio. #TheForgottenCoast #Glades2Gulf @pbs #Repost @mallorydimmitt ・・・Filmmaker Eric Bendick (@bendicci ) reflects on the Ochlockonee River during a stunning winter paddling stretch of the @fl_wildcorridor #glades2gulf expedition. Eric and a team from @grizzlycreekfilms documented the journey, so that you can check out The Forgotten Coast film, free, on @pbs through September. @joeguthrie8 @carltonward #keepflwild #ochlockoneeriver #tateshell #realflorida #forgottencoast #tbt - 12 months ago

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Filmmaker Eric Bendick (@bendicci) reflects on the Ochlockonee River during a stunning winter paddling stretch of the @fl_wildcorridor #glades2gulf expedition. Eric and a team from @grizzlycreekfilms  documented the journey, so that you can check out The Forgotten Coast film, free, on @pbs through September.  @joeguthrie8 @carltonward #keepflwild #ochlockoneeriver #tateshell #realflorida #forgottencoast #tbt

Filmmaker Eric Bendick (@bendicci ) reflects on the Ochlockonee River during a stunning winter paddling stretch of the @fl_wildcorridor #glades2gulf expedition. Eric and a team from @grizzlycreekfilms documented the journey, so that you can check out The Forgotten Coast film, free, on @pbs through September. @joeguthrie8 @carltonward #keepflwild #ochlockoneeriver #tateshell #realflorida #forgottencoast #tbt - 12 months ago

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#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 54: A hatchling turtle peeps out from under his shell on Eglin Air Force Base. #wildlifewednesday #floridawildlifecorridor #EglinAFB #wildfl #KeepFLWild 
Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography

#Glades2Gulf Expedition Day 54: A hatchling turtle peeps out from under his shell on Eglin Air Force Base. #wildlifewednesday #floridawildlifecorridor #EglinAFB #wildfl #KeepFLWild Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 1 year ago

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The fishing town of Carrabelle is just east of Apalachicola in the panhandle and was a stopping point during the #Glades2Gulf Expedition. We also trekked through nearby Tate's Hell Forest. Thanks to @321mason for taking us back there! #tagustuesday #floridawildlifecorridor #glades2gulf #TheForgottenCoast #wildFL #ExploretheCorridor#Repost @321mason
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This was last Sunday eve in #carrabelle #paintedsky and #boats #florida #nikon

The fishing town of Carrabelle is just east of Apalachicola in the panhandle and was a stopping point during the #Glades2Gulf Expedition. We also trekked through nearby Tate's Hell Forest. Thanks to @321mason for taking us back there! #tagustuesday #floridawildlifecorridor #glades2gulf #TheForgottenCoast #wildFL #ExploretheCorridor #Repost @321mason ・・・ This was last Sunday eve in #carrabelle #paintedsky and #boats #florida #nikon - 1 year ago

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#Repost @mallorydimmitt
・・・This morning was my friend and colleague @carltonward 's last @fl_wildcorridor Board Meeting as a Director (for now), completing 10 years of service and volunteer leadership to the organization and its earlier brand, LINC. In honor of his dedication and all of his many contributions to the Corridor vision, I though I'd remind him of good times immersed in a different part of wild Florida than his current Path of the Panther project environs. This is a quick assemblage of some of my snapshots of Carlton from our #glades2gulf expedition 2 years ago. #KeepFLWild

#Repost @mallorydimmitt ・・・This morning was my friend and colleague @carltonward 's last @fl_wildcorridor Board Meeting as a Director (for now), completing 10 years of service and volunteer leadership to the organization and its earlier brand, LINC. In honor of his dedication and all of his many contributions to the Corridor vision, I though I'd remind him of good times immersed in a different part of wild Florida than his current Path of the Panther project environs. This is a quick assemblage of some of my snapshots of Carlton from our #glades2gulf expedition 2 years ago. #KeepFLWild - 1 year ago

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This morning was my friend and colleague @carltonward 's last @fl_wildcorridor Board Meeting as a Director (for now), completing 10 years of service and volunteer leadership to the organization and its earlier brand, LINC. In honor of his dedication and all of his many contributions to the Corridor vision, I though I'd remind him of good times immersed in a different part of wild Florida than his current Path of the Panther project environs. This is a quick assemblage of some of my snapshots of Carlton from our #glades2gulf expedition 2 years ago. #KeepFLWild

This morning was my friend and colleague @carltonward 's last @fl_wildcorridor Board Meeting as a Director (for now), completing 10 years of service and volunteer leadership to the organization and its earlier brand, LINC. In honor of his dedication and all of his many contributions to the Corridor vision, I though I'd remind him of good times immersed in a different part of wild Florida than his current Path of the Panther project environs. This is a quick assemblage of some of my snapshots of Carlton from our #glades2gulf expedition 2 years ago. #KeepFLWild - 1 year ago

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Something new for lunch. 
Great Egret Babies 
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#bird #birds #birding #FYPyes #florida #surf #catfish #scotthelfrichphotography #daytrip #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark

Something new for lunch. Great Egret Babies scotthelfrichphotography.com for more. #bird #birds #birding #FYPyes #florida #surf #catfish #scotthelfrichphotography #daytrip #beautiful #earth #fun_in_florida #Glades2Gulf #FloridaWildlifeCorridor #visitflorida #visitfl #natgeo #pureflorida #FindYourPark - 1 year ago

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Mallory Dimmitt cruises through a narrow cut on the Apalachicola River during a cloudy, chilly #Glades2Gulf Expedition day. @mallorydimmitt #floridawildlifecorridor #expedition #apalachicolariver #wildfl #ExploretheCorridor 
Photo by @joeguthrie8 / Joe Guthrie

Mallory Dimmitt cruises through a narrow cut on the Apalachicola River during a cloudy, chilly #Glades2Gulf Expedition day. @mallorydimmitt #floridawildlifecorridor #expedition #apalachicolariver #wildfl #ExploretheCorridor Photo by @joeguthrie8 / Joe Guthrie - 1 year ago

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Dusk descends over Tarkiln Bayou Preserve State Park on day 67 of the #Glades2Gulf Expedition. Tarkiln Bayou Preserve is a wet prairie habitat home to almost 100 rare plants and animals including four species of endangered pitcher plants, the alligator snapping turtle, sweet pitcher plant, and Chapman's butterwort. #floridawildlifecorridor #floridastatepark #explorethecorridor #expedition #connectprotectrestore @fl.stateparks 
Photo by @carltonward /Carlton Ward Photography.

Dusk descends over Tarkiln Bayou Preserve State Park on day 67 of the #Glades2Gulf Expedition. Tarkiln Bayou Preserve is a wet prairie habitat home to almost 100 rare plants and animals including four species of endangered pitcher plants, the alligator snapping turtle, sweet pitcher plant, and Chapman's butterwort. #floridawildlifecorridor #floridastatepark #explorethecorridor #expedition #connectprotectrestore @fl.stateparks Photo by @carltonward /Carlton Ward Photography. - 1 year ago

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It was a long, rainy day of hiking during Expedition Day 55. We trekked 18 miles from the Eglin Trailhead to Bull Camp. #explorethecorridor #getoutside #hike #LoveFL #floridawildlifecorridor #glades2gulf @joeguthrie8 
Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography

It was a long, rainy day of hiking during Expedition Day 55. We trekked 18 miles from the Eglin Trailhead to Bull Camp. #explorethecorridor #getoutside #hike #LoveFL #floridawildlifecorridor #glades2gulf @joeguthrie8 Photo by @carltonward / Carlton Ward Photography - 1 year ago

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