Wildlife & Environment
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The Protect the Panther License Plate will soon have a new design featuring a stunning photograph taken by photographer Carlton Ward... more
Each spring, hundreds of baby raptors are admitted to the Audubon Center for... more
Did you know Everglades restoration is working to protect and restore America’s River of Grass and ensure the ecological health... more
On April 13, the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) Governing Board declared April... more
Pharmaceutical contaminants have been found in the blood and other tissues of redfish in Florida waters ... more
From its sawgrass marshes and freshwater ponds to its prairies and forested uplands... more
The spiny lobster recreational and commercial seasons close to harvest in state and federal waters starting April 1 and will reopen Aug. 6. more
For the first time, a tropical invasive termite species was found beyond its expected range in Florida. more
On and off over the past four decades, scientists have tried a handful of times to restore sea urchins on coral reefs... more
The South Florida Water Management District’s (SFWMD) contractors will resume work on improvements to the Townsend Canal and Townsend Canal Grade.   more
Another new mosquito species has made its way across the tropics into Florida, making a permanent home in at least three counties. more
Thanks to a unanimous Cabinet vote, 21,063 more acres of the Florida Wildlife Corridor gained permanent protection .... more
Wading birds are important indicators of ecosystem health in the River of Grass... more
It is very common to find your yard being dug up throughout the year in our area due to... more
Decades of work on Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) projects are showing results ... more
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