Wildlife & Environment
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Nutrients from septic tanks feed algae blooms. … more
Invasive Burmese pythons are one of the most destructive and harmful species in America’s Everglades. more
The Plastics Health Research Module represents a pivotal step in understanding the comprehensive impact of plastics... more
American alligators are one of the largest beneficial predators that have stood the test... more
Drowning is preventable, and the State of Florida works to educate Floridians and visitors on safe recreation... more
With residents and visitors alike flocking to our coastlines this Memorial Day weekend... more
Water resource managers can now put a buoy in a lake or stream and find locations of pollutants and other problems – as well as their sources … more
Boaters will have to slow down on portions of Taylor Creek and the Lake Okeechobee Rim Canal ... more
On May 24, Governor Ron DeSantis announces that registration for the 2023 Florida Python Challenge®... more
Everyone can help sea turtles have a successful nesting season by giving them space... more
Across the United States over the past decade, an average of over 61,000 wildfires have burned... more
Functional pumpout stations are critical for boaters to properly dispose of boat waste and protect water quality. more
The CEPP North Phase is a component of the larger suite of projects within CEPP. CEPP restores water levels in the... more
National Safe Boating Week, an annual campaign encouraging boaters to be responsible on the water... more
Hendry and Glades County residents are invited to participate in National Trails Day June 3 starting at Alvin Ward County Park in Moore Haven. more
A marijuana dispensary will soon be occupying the old gas station next to Wendy’s Restaurant. more
The Protect the Panther License Plate will soon have a new design featuring a stunning photograph taken by photographer Carlton Ward... more
To share some fun facts about animal moms frequently spotted in Florida... more
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Jacksonville District announces a 30-day public comment period for the Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) and Proposed Finding of No Significant Impact … more
On April 28, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed a lawsuit against the Interior Department that was brought by environmental groups challenging Gulf of Mexico … more
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