Wildlife and Warplanes in the Florida Wildlife Corridor
AVON PARK - There are more than just birds and alligators being encountered by the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition as they make their way up the middle of Florida. Try bombs. And jets. And attack helicopters. Members of the Expedition camped for a couple of days at the Avon Park Bombing Range, where they witnessed how F-16's making practice strafing runs coexist with some of the rarest creatures in Florida.
WUSF's Carson Cooper talks about their latest stop with expedition member and filmmaker Elam Stoltzfus.