Wildlife & Environment
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Floridians continue to protest the use of chemical herbicides to control ... more
The Daniels Lab at the Florida Museum of Natural History was recently awarded two grants.... more
The US Army Corps of Engineers and the South Florida Water Management District more
Florida Crystals’ barn owl box network – the largest private network in the world... more
The Hub will have two objectives: to develop the workforce in the urban pest management industry... more
Manatees need to access water that is warmer than 68 degrees Fahrenheit to survive the winter. more
The Integrated Delivery Schedule is the roadmap for Everglades restoration. more
THE EVERGLADES -- Construction is wrapping up on the Central Everglades Planning Project (CEPP) new water seepage barrier wall project. more
JACKSONVILLE — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District announces the opening of public comment on the Environmental Assessment (EA) and proposed Finding of No Significant Impact … more
Adoptions offer a unique opportunity for individuals to symbolically adopt a real manatee... more
Much more than a garden trend, rain barrels are an eco-friendly long-term solution... more
USACE and SFWMD will provide an update on the status of the Western Everglades Restoration Project. more
High water levels in the water conservation areas (WCAs) north of the Tamiami Trail are endangering wildlife in the Everglades.   more
This delay will allow more people to gain the required experience to become IBNB Permitted Monitors... more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Division of Law Enforcement Weekly Report from Sept. 15 - Sept. 21... more
Mosquitoes’ sense of smell tells them when humans and wildlife are in biting distance... more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will meet in person Oct. 4-5 … more
The remains of a 2–3-year-old, male Florida panther (UCFP444) were collected... more
This year, Florida had 1,050 participants from 35 states and Belgium remove 209 Burmese pythons... more
Scientists call long-spined sea urchins “the lawn mowers of the reefs” because they eat algae... more
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