Wildlife & Environment
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You don’t have to be a pirate to know that safety lock and dam operators have the pleasure of monitoring the nation’s most precious treasure … more
A newly released University of Florida report sheds light on the economic repercussions of the large red tide bloom that affected the Southwest Florida... more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District invites partners, stakeholders, and the public to join us for an Integrated Delivery Schedule 101... more
Caecilians have arrived in Miami. Florida Fish and Wildlife biologists captured one of the obscure legless amphibians in the Tamiami Canal, the first example of an introduced caecilian in the U.S. more
Many who are unfamiliar with spatterdock will call it a waterlily, but while it's in the same botanical family with waterlilies, it’s not a true waterlily. more
LABELLE- Local children are learning about the importance of clean water and citizen science ... more
Free backpacks and school supplies are available to Clewiston students Wednesday at the John Boy Auditorium from 5 p,m.-7 p.m. more
Wondering what will happen when water pumped into deep injection wells comes out in the ocean? You’ll have to wait millions of years to find out. more
When public interest is high and funding is limited, researchers can rely on citizens to help them measure wildlife populations, research finds. UF/IFAS... more
Many South Florida residents irrigate their yards year-round, with more than 50% of annual home water use being used for outdoor watering or irrigation. However, it is not uncommon for residents to … more
Flamingos are unusual birds that are practically synonymous with Florida, even though they are rarely seen in the wild. more
Campers board a sailboat and learn all about the Caloosahatchee River, as they hunt for 1.6 - 2 million year old fossils. more
Fisheating Creek Wildlife Management Area boasts some of the most beautiful remote landscapes in Florida. more
Everglades National Park shared this message about gator nesting season last week: “It’s alligator nesting season, so you know what that means -- be cautious and stay back! Female … more
Everglades National Park shared this information about mosquitoes: "Would it surprise you to learn that all adult mosquitoes feed on the nectar of flowers? This means that they are likely … more
Scalloping season began July 1 on the Nature Coast. As people flock to the state’s west coast in search of the prized shellfish... more
Thawing Arctic permafrost has the potential to significantly accelerate climate change, a collaborative study between the University of Florida and Northern Arizona University shows. more
From the soil dwellers, to the winged flyers, to the leaf nibblers between, the bug visitors to our yards are often an exciting observation for children. more
New rules related to nonnative fish and wildlife went into effect on April 29, 2021... more
The invasive Aedes aegypti mosquito species is a source of frustration for pest management professionals... more
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