Wildlife & Environment
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The importance of storm water treatment was the main topic of discussion at the Florida Blue Green Algae Task Force meeting more
JACKSONVILLE – On Aug. 19, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provided an online meeting to review the Integrated Delivery Schedule (IDS) for the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan … more
TALLAHASSEE  -- The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) Skunk Observation Project has generated 599 skunk observations in Florida, thanks to the public's … more
Sea turtles lay eggs in nests on Florida beaches beginning in the spring and throughout the summer, and now the... more
The Kissimmee Chain of Lakes, Kissimmee River and Lake Okeechobee offer some of the best boating and fishing opportunities in Central and South Florida. more
In response to the growing mosquito population during the rainy weather... more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is seeking input on proposed changes to diamondback terrapin rules. If approved, the proposed revisions will affect take... more
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine held a virtual committee meeting Aug. 13 … more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has introduced a video outlining new rules to protect Florida deer... more
Florida’s sunny climate serves as an ideal place for a variety of mosquito species to make their homes throughout the year. While some mosquitoes can be a nuisance... more
Reef fish with poisonous fins, a catfish that walks on land and a variety of fugitives from home aquariums … more
As wildfire season ramps up and threatens many areas across the U.S., a team of scientists begins a multi-year study to understand how fungi spread by wildfires... more
With recent media exposure of an arachnid known as the giant whip scorpion, the public perception of this species tends to draw some concerns over its... 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
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
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