The Sharing the Landscape Project is a wildlife-coexistence initiative to educate and assist local stakeholders on the importance of habitat connectivity for the wide-ranging Florida panther.
Engage the public to be a part of the process to capture wildlife footage; thereby fostering a sense of stewardship and appreciation for wildlife
Curate a collection of wildlife photos and videos utilizing habitat surrounding the study segment along Corkscrew Road.
With the footage collection and study participant involvement, create an education tool for wildlife co-existence in Southwest Florida.
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Engaging the public to be a part of the process that captures wildlife on camera fosters a sense of stewardship and appreciation for wildlife. This leads to increased tolerance and, therefore, less potential conflict.