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After decades of construction, the Kissimmee River Restoration Project has restored 40 miles of river and floodplain and returned almost 25,000 acres to wetlands. more
Independence Day is cause for remembrance and celebration. Unfortunately, celebratory fireworks can literally frighten birds to death. more
CLEWISTON- Purple Martins have been flocking to a gourd nest rack in eastern Hendry County at Bo Pelham Park for just over a year now. more
Audubon is calling on beachgoers to help make beaches safer for birds by avoiding their nesting areas during this busy holiday weekend... more
Fisheating Creek snakes its way through 40 miles of cypress swamps, oak hammocks and marsh more
A social behavior known as the “audience effect” has long been reported among humans. From children tussling on a playground... more
Making concessions for wildlife is not always easy but it is extremely important for the long-term survival of rooftop nesting birds ... more
WEST PALM BEACH – Lake Okeechobee is finally back in the ecological envelope, Lawrence Glenn Water Resources Division Director told the... more
LABELLE -- When it comes to living in South Florida, there are numerous advantages to planting native plants more
Steve Buczynski, president of Hendry-Glades Audubon, will be the guest speaker at the Clewiston Museum Nov. 19... more
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