Wildlife & Environment
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Audubon is calling on beachgoers to make beaches safer for birds by avoiding their nesting areas... more
In February, Audubon Florida organized an American Flamingo survey across the Sunshine State. more
This project should improve native plant diversity, wildlife foraging opportunities and... more
These meetings are designed to give the public an opportunity to interact directly... more
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) offers two alligator harvest opportunities... more
The Lower Kissimmee Basin Stormwater Treatment Area (LKBSTA) will be on the agenda for the May 9 SFWMD meeting ... more
Pondering a gift for Mother’s Day? Does she enjoy nature or gardening? How about healthy lifestyles? more
Hendry Glades Audubon will be hosting its last program until September on Monday, May 13, at 7 p.m. ... more
On Wednesday, April 24, the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers joined local... more
Warm temperatures and little water movement continue to set the stage of algal blooms in Florida lakes, rivers and canals. more
The South Florida Water Management District will provide an update on the Lower Kissimmee Basin Stormwater Treatment Area project on May 2 at 1 p.m. more
The South Florida Water Management District will update stakeholders on the Lower Kissimmee Basin Water Supply Plan ... more
The upgrade will provide the public and stakeholders more scientifically accurate information... more
Phosphorus is an essential nutrient for food security and human survival, and it is an element... more
On April 11, the FWC issued a new executive order outlining regulations designed to increase sampling and slow the spread of... more
Florida has observed Water Conservation Month since 1998 to highlight how each of us can do our part... more
Looking for ways to help save on your household water bill? Wondering how often to irrigate the lawn? Perhaps you are looking... more
Once photos are analyzed and the wildlife has been identified, the data is sent to our area biologists... more
A total solar eclipse darkened the skies in parts of the United States on April 8, but... more
Scientists need help from residents, and that is what Citizen Science Month is all about. more
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