Four Explorers Talk About the Future of the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition

Carlton Ward Jr., left, Joe Guthrie and Mallory Lykes Dimmitt frolic in the Suwanee River
Down upon the Suwanee River
OKEFENOKEE SWAMP, GA. (2012-4-26) -

After driving down an unnamed sandy road in the middle of Georgia's Okefenokee Swamp, I met the four members of the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition the day before they ended their trip on Earth Day. They were playing Frisbee in the dark waters of the Suwanee River. As the clouds darkened and a driving rainstorm washed over the group, I talked with the group about what they saw - and what they hope to accomplish.

You can read more about the trip with Carlton Ward Jr., Joe Guthrie, Mallory Lykes Dimmitt and Elam Stoltzfus by clicking on their web site, the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition.

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