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Photo by @carltonward / The state of Florida approved funding for nearly 20,000 acres of the Florida Wildlife Corridor, including the Corrigan Ranch Florida Forever project located within the Everglades Headwaters National Conservation Area. While Everglades National Park is in South Florida, the Everglades Headwaters begin in central Florida, on the edge of Orlando, as a network of wetlands and creeks that form the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes before flowing into the Kissimmee River. The surrounding landscape is a western-scale conservation opportunity hidden in the more densely developed eastern United States. The view in this photo is from Corrigan Ranch looking east. 
Corrigan Ranch will conserve a piece of the Florida Wildlife Corridor between Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park, Avon Park Air Force Range, and several nearby ranches protected by conservation easements. The land is home to multiple endangered species, including the Florida grasshopper sparrow, the most endangered bird in the continental United States. The region is also vital to the recovery of the Florida panther, which is beginning to reclaim this part of its historic territory for the first time in nearly 50 years. 
The Florida Forever program (@FL.DEP) is working to protect Corrigan Ranch in partnership with the U.S. Air Force, which funds conservation to help buffer nearby military operations. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (@USFWS) is purchasing adjacent land as a wildlife refuge. The National Wildlife Refuge Association (@refugeassociation), the Florida Conservation Group, and Common Ground Ecology have been key partners, with technical support from the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow Working Group and Audubon Florida. 
This photo was produced by the @PathofthePanther project, with support from the National Geographic Society, working to inspire conservation of the Florida Wildlife Corridor (@fl_wildcorridor).
Photo by @carltonward / The state of Florida approved funding for nearly 20,000 acres of the Florida Wildlife Corridor, including the Corrigan Ranch Florida Forever project located within the Everglades Headwaters National Conservation Area. While Everglades National Park is in South Florida, the Everglades Headwaters begin in central Florida, on the edge of Orlando, as a network of wetlands and creeks that form the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes before flowing into the Kissimmee River. The surrounding landscape is a western-scale conservation opportunity hidden in the more densely developed eastern United States. The view in this photo is from Corrigan Ranch looking east. Corrigan Ranch will conserve a piece of the Florida Wildlife Corridor between Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park, Avon Park Air Force Range, and several nearby ranches protected by conservation easements. The land is home to multiple endangered species, including the Florida grasshopper sparrow, the most endangered bird in the continental United States. The region is also vital to the recovery of the Florida panther, which is beginning to reclaim this part of its historic territory for the first time in nearly 50 years. The Florida Forever program (@FL.DEP) is working to protect Corrigan Ranch in partnership with the U.S. Air Force, which funds conservation to help buffer nearby military operations. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (@USFWS) is purchasing adjacent land as a wildlife refuge. The National Wildlife Refuge Association (@refugeassociation), the Florida Conservation Group, and Common Ground Ecology have been key partners, with technical support from the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow Working Group and Audubon Florida. This photo was produced by the @PathofthePanther project, with support from the National Geographic Society, working to inspire conservation of the Florida Wildlife Corridor (@fl_wildcorridor).