Wildlife & Environment
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To celebrate Season 10 of the TrophyCatch program, biologists with FWC have tagged and released 10 largemouth... more
The wet season has started, but water levels remain low in the Kissimmee River.  more
Progress is being made in efforts to slow the flow and improve water quality in the Kissimmee River ... more
FWC will begin a major aquatic habitat restoration effort on Lake Istokpoga this month. more
Fish make sound in many ways. Some, like the toadfish, have evolved organs or other structures in their bodies that produce sounds ... more
FLOWOOD, MISS.— The Bureau of Land Management will host a wild horse and burro placement ... more
On Feb. 1, conservation organizations  filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ... more
You are invited to take part in the Great Backyard Bird Hunt... more
 Three conservation groups issued a formal notice  of their intent to sue the Environmental Protection Agency ... more
April and Brian Valdez consider themselves ordinary people despite their line of work. more
Nonnative fish eat away at the banks of rivers and lakes – one reason University of Florida researchers caution... more
Shellfish like clams and oysters can help restore ocean health ... more
Can warm or cool temperatures change whether juveniles of a common, virus-spreading mosquito resist insecticides? more
Humans like truffles, as do many mammals. Now new evidence suggests that birds may also seek out and disperse... more
 Did you know that Florida has 13 resident species of bats?  more
Argentine black and white tegus have spread and established populations in and around Florida at a rapid and growing rate... more
Fall is an ideal time to exclude bats from your home or other structures more
Home gardeners can help the environment by choosing Florida-friendly plants. more
Florida’s climate makes a cozy environment for a variety of plant species. The downside is that invasive and potentially destructive species often try to call Florida home, too. A new guide … more
Totaling nearly 20,000 Acres, land parcels will preserve key links in the Florida Wildlife Corridor. more
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