Wildlife & Environment
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Another new mosquito species has made its way across the tropics into Florida, making a permanent home in at least three counties. more
Preserving the Florida Wildlife Corridor doesn’t just ensure habitat for Florida wildlife ... more
Growing up, we are taught to save water by turning the faucet off while we brush our teeth... more
Nearly 102,000 wading bird nests were initiated during the 2021 wading bird nesting season... more
Thanks to a unanimous Cabinet vote, 21,063 more acres of the Florida Wildlife Corridor gained permanent protection .... more
It is very common to find your yard being dug up throughout the year in our area due to... more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District, announces the approval of a planned temporary deviation to the Lake Kissimmee, Hatchineha and Cypress Interim Regulation … more
Florida is home to roughly 20% of all wetlands in the United States more
The list of Florida’s invasive species goes beyond reptiles and plants. more
Recreational crab traps in Florida will soon be required to have an opening no larger than 6-by-2 inches... more
Highlands Hammock State Park celebrated Florida history, culture, and nature at the 36th Annual Civilian Conservation Corps Festival on Saturday, Feb. 11. more
The week of Jan. 20, Avon Park Air Force Range used Helo technology to enhance their prescribed burn acreage ... more
Do you have a Cuban tree frog invasion in your yard? You can help UF/IFAS study these frogs... more
You set your automatic sprinkler, and it activates, right on schedule – even if it’s raining. more
Saving a rare and beautiful orchid could help save other endangered species in Florida. more
Boaters are advised to be careful on the Kissimmee River due to high water levels and fast currents ... more
Boaters are encouraged to exercise caution on Kissimmee Lake/Kissimmee River (C-38 Canal) due to high water levels. more
For Jorge Rey, science has been a lifelong passion. At the University of Florida Institute of Food and... more
the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) reminds residents and visitors that our state’s black bears are more active ... more
With summer’s heat still simmering in Florida and in many parts of the United States, people may be tempted... more
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