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NTOTA promoting Wild Florida Art Event

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Hosted in partnership with NTOTA, Florida Wild highlights the complex beauty and fragility of Florida’s hidden ecosystems.  A portion of all sales from Florida Wild will benefit Path of the Panther, a non-profit dedicated to raising awareness and advocating for the Florida Panther.

Path of the Panther with Carlton Ward Jr.

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Please join The Nature Trust of The Americas for a small gathering and presentation by
Carlton Ward Jr., National Geographic Explorer and Photographer, on Path of the Panther, an ambitious storytelling effort identifying the land protection and wildlife crossings needed to keep the Everglades connected to North America and save a future for the Florida Panther.

  • 6:00 PM Champagne Reception and Hors D’Oeuvres
  • 7:00 PM Presentation followed by Q&A
  • 8:15 PM Networking

Carlton Ward Jr.

Carlton Ward Jr. is a conservation photographer focused on wild Florida. He founded the Florida Wildlife Corridor project in 2010 and has since trekked 2,000 miles during two National Geographic supported expeditions to advocate for the corridor’s protection. The most recent Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition is the subject of the new film, The Forgotten Coast, featured at the Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C. and broadcast nationally on PBS in 2016.An eighth-generation Floridian, Ward has developed strong connections with conservation organizations, researchers, and landowners. His family owns a ranch in the Peace River Valley that provides habitat for Florida panthers and he has several cousins who are full-time cowboys in the Greater Everglades. He is now working as an ambassador for the recovery of the Florida panther, a plan that calls for conservation of hundreds of thousands of acres of ranchlands and forests and across Florida. Ward’s photographs are exhibited widely and have been published in magazines including Audubon, Smithsonian, Geo, Africa Geographic, Nature Conservancy, and National Geographic.

Location and Details

Player’s Lounge
The Biltmore Golf Club
1200 Anastasia Ave
Coral Gables, Florida

Date: Thursday, June 27th

Tickets: $475

(Proceeds will fund a camera trap system vital to conservation research of the Florida Panther.  All guests will receive a special edition print by Carlton Ward Jr., included in the ticket price.)

Contact: Rebecca@NTOTA.org

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Evening with Chris Morgan from Uproar

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Join us and Chris Morgan from Uproar. The evening will start with a welcome glass of wine followed by a private showing of the award winning movie, BearTrek. Chris is highly acclaimed ecologist who specializes in bears. He made this movie to highlight the peril of a four species of bear struggling to survive in today’s world and the special people who protect them. After a brief Q&A session with Chris we will be serving drinks and hor d’oeuvres from a local restaurant.

Date and location to be advised.

UPROAR is a conservation focused media company producing dynamic short video content for social media platforms. These inspiring, optimistic videos lead viewers to an interactive online conservation marketplace where they can learn more, dig deeper, and get involved. 10% of UPROAR’s adjusted gross revenue comes to The UPROAR Fund to be invested directly back into meaningful conservation programs around the world.

The UPROAR Fund is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, #20-8802794.

Evening with Mario Haberfeld from Onçafari

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Join us for an evening to meet Mario Haberfeld from Onçafari. The evening will start with a welcome glass of wine followed by a private showing of the award winning BBC documentary with David Attenborough about jaguar re-introduction to the wild in the Pantanal, Brazil. After a brief Q&A session with Mario we will be serving drinks and hor d’oeuvres from a local restaurant.

Date and location to be advised…

Associação Onçafari was created to promote environmental conservation and foster the socioeconomic development of the region where it is located through ecotourism and scientific studies.