Wildlife & Environment
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The ongoing Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) is working to restore the historical flow of the Florida Everglades ... more
Many wildlife scientists worldwide need to know why certain species live longer than others. more
Although beachside fireworks shows are entertaining to people, the bursts of color and noise wreak havoc... more
The SFWMD and Florida Fish and Wildlife (FWC) are continuing to make hiss-tory with the 2022 Florida Python Challenge. more
“The TRCP works hard to ensure that the biennial Water Resources Development Act is not overlooked by sportsmen and sportswomen — or lawmakers — because... more
CrocFest, in its 12th year, is held each summer and winter. Activities are family-friendly and geared toward raising awareness... more
A University of Florida scientist is working with a global research team to help control plants, animals and fish... more
Florida Atlantic University’s Shirley Pomponi, Ph.D., an ocean explorer, aquanaut and marine biotechnologist... more
You’re most likely to notice termites during their swarming activity, but colonies infesting trees,,, more
For a creature that – legs and all – might be no larger than a pencil eraser, spiders continue to surprise researchers... more
Dry conditions in South Florida set the stage for three fires in the Everglades that burned 35,600 acres last week … more
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) will host a Youth Hunting Program python hunts this summer ... more
Spring has arrived and, while it is a great time for spring cleaning around the yard, it is important to keep an eye out for injured baby raptors. more
It’s maternity season for Florida bats, which means they might be roosting in or near your home at this time. more
Not all problems are created equal. Some are just larger and more complicated than others ... more
The manatee population in Florida was largely impacted last year. More than 1,000 of them died in 2021 ... more
Humans derive many benefits from ponds, streams, lakes and rivers ... more
For years, scientists questioned the ability of stormwater ponds to keep nutrients out of lakes and rivers. Turns out, they were right to be suspicious... more
Spotted! Beach-nesting and other coastal birds have begun laying eggs along Florida’s coasts ... more
April is Water Conservation Month. A typically dry month in Florida, April is also when consumer water-use is highest in the state. more
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