Wildlife & Environment
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Studying the parental behaviors of termites has provided a University of Florida scientist... more
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking public comment on a revised proposal to designate critical habitat for the Florida bonneted bat ... more
The National Audubon Society invites birdwatchers to participate in the longest-running community science survey... more
Saving a rare and beautiful orchid could help save other endangered species in Florida. more
November is Manatee Awareness Month, an important time for boaters to go slow ... more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) advises the public that fall is an ideal time to exclude bats from your home or other structures. more
Nearly 1,000 participants joined in the 2022 Florida Python Challenge® … more
Multiple presentations by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and South Florida Water Management District from the Oct. 19.... more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District invites partners, stakeholders, and the public to join us for... more
Pumpout Nav, a free iOS and Android app, uses a boater’s location information to suggest the nearest... more
The Hendry-Glades Audubon Society offers free birding adventures in the form of escorted driving tours. more
On Sept. 15, the South Florida Water Management District joined federal, state, and local partners to celebrate the ribbon cutting for the 8.5 Square Mile Area Seepage Wall … more
The most common type of septic system includes the tank and a drain field – sometimes called a leach field. more
A tropical wave is predicted to pass over South Florida this weekend, bringing some much needed rain ... more
“Its easy for us to sometimes get trapped, thinking that water quality degradation is the challenge that we are facing..." more
“The TRCP works hard to ensure that the biennial Water Resources Development Act is not overlooked by sportsmen and sportswomen — or lawmakers — because... more
When rain falls on a forest, some of that water is taken up by trees and other plants and released back into the... more
May has once again brought Florida’s “Love Bug” season. more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, will host a virtual informational meeting May 18 ... more
Florida’s stone crab industry contributes $30 million to the state’s economy each year ... more
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