Share the Landscape is a wildlife coexistence initiative to educate Floridians on the importance of protecting wildlife and their habitat. Watch “Wildlife in Our Backyard,” our award-winning film, produced in partnership with the fStop Foundation, to learn more about how we can live in harmony with native wildlife.
Last year the Florida Wildlife Federation, in partnership with the fStop Foundation, set up cameras in neighborhoods throughout Florida that have been recording wildlife footage for the past 12 months. Each camera captures a variety of wildlife. Check out wildlife sharing the landscape in our first series.
Season 1, Episode 1
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Season 1, Episode 6
Learn to Share the Landscape
The Florida Wildlife Federation, in partnership with the fStop Foundation, has also released a series of videos to educate Floridians on the importance of protecting wildlife and their habitat as well as educating people on how best to limit human-wildlife conflict.
Share the Landscape with Invasive Exotics
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FWF’s Share the Landscape project, in partnership with the fStop Foundation, gained national and international attention in November of 2020 when our backyard cameras captured a man saving his puppy from an alligator. This video elevates the importance of ‘sharing the landscape;’ humans must respect wildlife and, of course, always keep your dog on a leash and avoid lingering near the edge of retention ponds where alligators are known to occupy.