Downloadable O2O Boundary shape files shown on Google Maps, it is a KMZ file. You can also upload a KMZ file into Arc GIS.
Google Interactive map with O2O Boundary. If you would like to download the KMZ file showing the O2O boundary follow these steps: Click on this map above. Once the map opens click on the three dots to the left of the O2O wildlife corridor name, on the left hand side of the map. Then click on Export to KML/KMZ.
This map shows the O2O wildlife corridor boundary in brown with the proposed Florida Wildlife Corridor (priority 1-3 combined) in light green. The dark green areas are already protected public lands and the yellow are all protected properties since 2017.
This map shows a close up of the O2O boundary, an area designated as a critical linkage within the larger proposed Florida Wildlife Corridor. The light greens and yellow show how priority areas 1-3 overlap the O2O landscape. The dark green shows already protected public lands.
This map show the proposed Florida Wildlife Corridor, light green, as well as the Florida Forever project areas, yellow hatch lines, within our O2O boundary.
This map shows the over lap of the O2O wildlife corridor with two Local implementation team (LIT) working areas. The O2O wildlife corridor is an area that is being purchased and managed by the O2O’s 21 partners to protect a connected swath of land that will forever be protected for wildlife movement, clean air, water recharge, military buffers, working farms, forest, and more . The LIT working areas are areas designated as important for restoration. Landowners and groups can receive funding and support for Longleaf Pine restoration activates including planting, prescribed fire assistance and more.
This map shows the habitats with in the Ocala National Forest, the southern foothold of the O2O wildlife corridor. Ocala National Forest is the largest protected swath of sand pine scrub a critically endangered habitat in the state.