Carlton Ward Jr. hikes along the Florida National Scenic Trail in the Withlacoochee State Forest earlier this year. The Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition will traverse this area in January. Image courtesy of Carlton Ward Photography

The Journey Continues!

The Florida Wildlife Corridor integrates Florida’s leading conservation science with compelling fine art images and rich storytelling to raise awareness about the Corridor and the need to connect and protect it. The centerpiece of our awareness campaign is the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition.

On January 10, 2015 we begin a new 1000-mile leg of our Expedition, to highlight a wildlife corridor from Central Florida to the Gulf Coast, through the Big Bend, and across the Panhandle all the way to Alabama, where our trek will conclude.

We’ll document our journey the entire way, using social media to showcase imagery and reporting from the field. We’ll host a series of Saturday Trail Mixers, where followers can join the Expedition team and participate in our trek. We are committed to bringing the Florida Wildlife Corridor to life through our Expedition. Join us!

Why We Walk

  • To connect, protect and restore corridors of conserved lands and waters essential for the survival of Florida’s diverse wildlife
  • To restore and protect our life-giving springs and rivers
  • To sustain food production, economies, and culture surrounding Gulf seafood harvests
  • To restore longleaf pine forests while conserving farms, working lands, and the communities they support


New from Facebook

December 19th, 10:31 pm

Do you know how the Florida Panhandle's beaches get their world famous, sugar white sand? Click on the photo for the answer, courtesy of the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance.

We can't wait to check out some of these beaches on our #Glades2Gulf Expedition beginning Jan 10th!
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December 19th, 8:42 am

Lands on the Lake Wales Ridge important for the Florida Wildlife Corridor rank as a top priority for conservation. ... See MoreSee Less

December 16th, 11:04 am

Just like the holidays, the #Glades2Gulf Expedition is just around the corner! Can you help us check a couple items off our Expedition wish list by making a donation to the Florida Wildlife Corridor today?

We really appreciate your support!
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December 15th, 9:53 pm

Salt Creek 1, Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge, by Clyde Butcher ... See MoreSee Less

December 14th, 3:48 pm

Beautiful day for Expedition training! (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

December 14th, 10:33 am

Sunday Funday: Spend the day tubing and canoeing in the Blackwater River State Forest and Eglin Reservation. The Expedition team will be paddling the Blackwater River on the 2015 #Glades2Gulf Expedition in March. Check back soon for information on how you can join the team on their paddle! #keepFLwild ... See MoreSee Less

How You Can Help

Many Paths to Support

Not everyone is up for a 70 day trek across the state, but there are lots of other ways for people to help. Tracking our progress online and sharing our mission through social media or word-of-mouth is a great start. Plan to join the team for a Saturday Trail Mixer this winter (see Events page). And of course, we need support through donations.


All donations to the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition are tax-deductible and go directly to the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition public awareness campaign.


Social Media

Track our progress, get updates, and see great videos and photography from the wild side of Florida. You can check out our Facebook page and give us a ‘like’, subscribe to our YouTube channel, or follow us on Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest. Help spread the word about the Expedition and the Corridor by sharing, posting, re-tweeting, or pinning.

Trail Mixers

Once the 2015 Expedition commences, our team will hold Saturday Trail Mixers to meet up with friends, media and others. This is a great opportunity to connect with your local park, forest, or wildlife refuge by hiking or paddling a leg of the Expedition, ask questions and build a community of support around the Florida Wildlife Corridor.