Tag Archive: Florida panther

Southwest Florida Landscape Conservation Design

It is a well known is the fact that Florida is one of the fastest growing states with more than 350,000 new people moving there each year.  Yet, the rural heartlands of southwest and south-central Florida harbor a rich mosaic …

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40 Species in the Refuge System – Part 1

To continue the celebration of our 40th anniversary, we will be doing a four part series that will highlight 40 different species found throughout the Refuge System. Some will be common species, others are endangered or threatened, some are birds, …

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Florida Groups Meet to Discuss Protecting Rare Everglades Landscape

Last week the National Wildlife Refuge Association organized a meeting in Florida between U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director, Dan Ashe, Refuge System Chief Jim Kurth and several local groups to discuss science-based land acquisition within the Everglades landscape. Held …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.refugeassociation.org/2014/07/meeting-in-everglades-with-diverse-groups-to-discuss-protection-of-rare-landscape/

NWRA helps protect important wildlife corridor used by Florida panthers

The National Wildlife Refuge Association was instrumental in protecting habitat for the Florida panther by facilitating a diverse public and private partnership of organizations that collaborated to secure an important wildlife corridor called Panther Crossing near Kissimmee, Florida.

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