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Burrowing owls historically occupied the prairies of central Florida. These populations have decreased because of disappearing habitat. Preserving greenways and open spaces along the Florida wildlife corridor will be critical to ensuring these delightful ground dwellers can always find suitable habitat. Photo by Mac Stone.
Your generous donation goes a long way! Conserving Florida’s natural environment and wildlife corridors has been our goal since our launch in 2012; your donation is instrumental to the success and growth of the Florida Wildlife Corridor. In fact, your support makes you an integral member of our team, and your involvement will allow us to expand our efforts into new territory.
Please make a tax-deductible contribution to the Florida Wildlife Corridor. Donations will go directly to the Florida Wildlife Corridor public awareness campaign. Click on the Donate button above to make a secure, online donation. If you would prefer to mail a check, our mailing address is:
Florida Wildlife Corridor
PO Box 1802
Tampa, FL 33601
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A Limpkin feeds on mussels at the mouth of Deep Creek near its confluence with the St Johns River. Limpkins depend on high quality natural waterways to provide the snails and other mollusks on which it depends. Image by Carlton Ward.