Encounters with massive alligator gars, manatees, and rattlesnakes are all par for the course when National Geographic photographer Carlton Ward embarks on a 1,000 mile, 70 day trek to protect Florida’s hidden wilderness. #BestJobEver
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Check out the trailer from the expedition's feature film, The Forgotten Coast: Return to Wild Florida.
Ward is a grantee of both the National Geographic Society's Conservation Trust and Expeditions Council.
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Learn about the Florida Wildlife Corridor: http://floridawildlifecorridor.org/
Producer/Editor: Nora Rappaport
Series Producer/Graphics: Chris Mattle
Video: Eric Bendick and Joe Davenport
Photos and Featured Image: Carlton Ward Jr.
Face-to-Face With Wildlife in Florida’s Hidden Wilderness | Best Job Ever
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