*New* Path of the Panther

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Photographer Carlton Ward helped put the Florida Wildlife Corridor on the map by trekking 1,000 miles from the Everglades to Georgia in 2012 and 1,000 miles from the Everglades Headwaters around the Gulf of Mexico to Alabama in 2015. Through these National Geographic–supported expeditions, he and his team have witnessed that a path for the panther’s recovery still exists. But with 1,000 new residents moving to Florida every day, and more than 100,000 acres of habitat lost to development each year, to window to save it is closing quickly. During the past seven years, Ward has created an unprecedented portrayal of the Florida panther. Through his intimate photographs, expert essays and compelling maps, the Path of the Panther book, combined with a National Geographic magazine article, National Geographic Society Last Wild Places campaign, and feature documentary film, is poised to awaken people to wild Florida and inspire them to save it.


Features images from our very own Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge.