Wildlife & Environment
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Stormwater runoff begins as rain. It carries pollutants from land surfaces on its way to water bodies such as streams... more
The G36 Boat Lock, also known as the Henry Creek Boat Lock, in Okeechobee County is now open. more
TALLAHASSEE -- At their May 3-4 meeting, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) Commissioners approved increasing hunting hours for the statewide alligator hunt and adding precharged … more
GLADES COUNTY – Glades RV Resort has gone solar! more
Thousands of acres in Glades County were granted conservation easement status during the March 29 meeting of the Florida Cabinet more
Water flowing over the land during and immediately following a rainstorm is called stormwater runoff. This water flows over land... more
Florida’s stone crab industry contributes $30 million to the state’s economy each year ... more
Fish make sound in many ways. Some, like the toadfish, have evolved organs or other structures in their bodies that produce sounds ... more
While residents need to be on the lookout for non-native snakes, it can be easy to misidentify them or confuse them with native species. more
On March 2, Audubon celebrated 122 years in conservation in Florida. more
The Miccosukee Tribe will host Removal of the Swamp Invaders fishing tournament on March 25 and 26. more
On March 1, Thomas Chouvenc will offer a free webinar... more
The Florida Youth Naturalist Program Instructor Field Guide, developed by UF/IFAS Extension, Florida 4-H and the Florida Master Naturalist Program, offers 24 hours... more
About three of every four Floridians live along the coast, and mangrove trees often dot waterfront properties. more
In the United States, West Nile virus circulates among wild birds, transmitted by Culex mosquitoes ... more
FLOWOOD, MISS.— The Bureau of Land Management will host a wild horse and burro placement ... more
At their Feb. 10 meeting, the South Florida Water Management District approved an agreement with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission... more
Scientists have long hypothesized that climate change, by intensifying stressors like drought or wildfires ... more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), in coordination with the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), plan to conduct a prescribed burn in Dyess marsh on the west … more
Septic tanks, wastewater and fertilizer in runoff are responsible for the loss of sea grass ... more
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