Florida Panther in Brush

« Back to Okefenokee Swamp-Blackwater Country, April, 1992 National Geographic Magazine

Efforts are being made to save the endangered Florida panther at White Oak Conservation Center, one of the world's premiere wildlife breeding, research facilities. <br />
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Located along the St. Mary's River in North Florida, the center spans 600 acres and is surrounded by 6,800 acres of pine and hardwood forest and wetlands.<br />
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 The Center established in 1982 by philanthropist Howard Gilman, spans 600 acres and is surrounded by 6,800 acres of pine and hardwood forest and wetlands.
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Efforts are being made to save the endangered Florida panther at White Oak Conservation Center, one of the world's premiere wildlife breeding, research facilities.

Located along the St. Mary's River in North Florida, the center spans 600 acres and is surrounded by 6,800 acres of pine and hardwood forest and wetlands.

The Center established in 1982 by philanthropist Howard Gilman, spans 600 acres and is surrounded by 6,800 acres of pine and hardwood forest and...
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