Wildlife & Environment
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Adult bears need to consume approximately 20,000 calories a day during the fall, ... more
The property is situated within the Kissimmee River Basin and the headwaters of Lake Okeechobee and... more
Scientists call long-spined sea urchins “the lawn mowers of the reefs” because they eat algae... more
Hurricane Idalia’s Category 3 landfall brought rain, wind, and, unexpectedly, flamingos... more
When you want to know where to go in Florida to see native birds, butterflies and more... more
The purpose of CEPP is to improve the quantity, quality, timing, and distribution of water flows... more
Audubon Florida is teaming up with local governments, ICLEI USA, and Florida universities... more
From recurring harmful algal blooms – including brown tides – to catastrophic seagrass losses, fish kills and unusual marine mammal deaths – more
The Vespa velutina is an invasive hornet that preys on honey bees and honey bee larva. more
National Honey Bee Day is August 19, and there are many ways to support the powerhouse pollinators. more
Adding fuel to the argument to use fire as a healthy forest management tool... more
Algal blooms continue to be reported all over the state as the summer heat intensifies. more
Pet trade and crocodilian farming industries, escapes and deliberate releases made it possible... more
As temperatures rise, so should the care of your yard’s lawn and landscape. more
The Forest Landowner Academy is the first of its kind offered by the UF/IFAS... more
A Glades County man was injured Monday, July 31 while trying to rescue his dog from an alligator. more
Did you know that every python that is removed and eliminated is making a difference to protect the Everglades... more
The goal of the proposed revisions is to better protect burrowing owls... more
Corals are animals that live in a symbiotic relationship with microscopic algae... more
South Florida’s coastal water temperatures reached the upper 90s degrees. more
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