Wildlife & Environment
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From fecal bacteria to blue-green algae to red tides, Southwest Florida’s water quality has declined as its population has increased. Researchers from Florida Atlantic … more
Cold temperatures expected this weekend in South Florida mean some areas are issuing falling iguana alerts. more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District invites partners, stakeholders, and the public to join us for... more
In 2019, Audubon Florida launched the first FPL/Audubon Florida Plants for Birds grant program... more
The importance of preserving wetlands, mangroves and beaches while building resilient infrastructure ... more
On Dec. 1 the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved staff’s recommendation to update ... more
FWC s now accepting applications for a recently approved and newly created Vessel Turn-In Program ... more
When it comes to “Florida Snow,” beauty is in the eye of the beholder. more
An acre of South Florida pasture can contain thousands of spiders. more
A petition filed in November with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service maintains it was an error to take... more
It may seem to be an unexpected place to find climate change “heroes” - agricultural researchers... more
The South Florida Water Management District is moving forward with a project to help clean water in the Caloosahatchee River. more
Saving a rare and beautiful orchid could help save other endangered species in Florida. more
Red tide in the Florida Gulf is fed by nutrients in runoff from all sources, according to a Nov. 4 media briefing... more
The FWC is closely monitoring Southwest Florida, since Karenia brevis, also known as red tide, was detected in multiple samples in Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte, and Lee … more
Ninety volunteers along with the support of 17 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers rangers and staff, reforested a large grass field with native plants … more
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