When you’re passionate about something that other people seem to take for granted, there seems to be no limit to how far you’ll go to get the attention of the public.
For conservationist John Davis that meant embarking on a 7,500-mile journey from Florida to Canada using nothing but manpower. Traveling only by hiking, cycling, running, rowing and skiing, John made traveled across connected habitats that stretch along the east coast.
John said he did it because he believes now is the time to protect and restore our wild habitats.
Find out what he hopes to accomplish with his trip and now that he’s completed it, whether he thinks it was worth it. Plus, find out what he believes is the most deadly thing to wildlife.