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The Florida Panther Project

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Causes: Environment, Environmental Education, Forest Conservation, Land Resources Conservation

Mission: To provide up-to-date information and educational forums regarding the panther in Florida. To continue to raise awareness of the absolutely essential need to save and manage panther habitat in Florida and the southeast. We have been crisscrossing Florida for 25 years with the same message, and have spoken to tens of thousands of interested visitors! Always FREE ADMISSION, and lots of goodies for the kids!

Results: 25 years of public speaking, and displaying panther information and reaching out to any and all interested parties has paid dividends to the recovery of the panther in Florida. Panther numbers are up according to all estimates, and new populations north of the Caloosahatchee River have bolstered efforts by all the agencies and volunteer groups involved. Exciting times!

Target demographics: Inform and educate the public about the very complex issues facing panther recovery

Direct beneficiaries per year: many thousand interested visitors regarding the panther in Florida

Geographic areas served: Throughout Florida and the southeast

Programs: FREE ADMISSION "Back From The Brink" slide presentations, and numerous programs at Fairs and Festivals throughout Florida

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Rating: 5

We saw the article in the newspaper and decided to attend a presentation about the Florida panther. It was terrific! They use an old-fashioned Kodak slide projector, and have lots of interesting props and handouts. It was one of the most enjoyable evenings we could have imagined. And we learned about panthers, too!