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Resilient Birds, Devoted Advocates: 2016 Coastal Bird Conservation Results
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Resilient Birds, Devoted Advocates: 2016 Coastal Bird Conservation Results

Check out the latest on Florida's coastal birds in this report.

The Lake Apopka North Shore: A Birding Paradise
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The Lake Apopka North Shore: A Birding Paradise

By Deborah Green, Past President, Orange Audubon Society

Florida is Starting to Realize its Solar Potential
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Florida is Starting to Realize its Solar Potential

In recent years, Florida has increasingly lived up to its name as the Sunshine State, with more and more solar panels dotting our landscape.

Bird Rookery Island Cleaners Help Prepare for Annual Nesting Season
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Bird Rookery Island Cleaners Help Prepare for Annual Nesting Season

By Lisa D. Mickey, a Florida Master Naturalist at the Marine Discovery Center and member of Halifax River Audubon

Suwannee River Water Management District Brings People Together to Protect Water Resources
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Suwannee River Water Management District Brings People Together to Protect Water Resources

By: Noah Valenstein, Executive Director, Suwannee River Water Management District

Breaking News: Florida Legislature Approves Much-Needed Everglades Reservoir Project
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Breaking News: Florida Legislature Approves Much-Needed Everglades Reservoir Project

A major victory for America's Everglades is in hand. The Florida Legislature just passed Senate Bill 10 (SB 10), which includes the critical Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) Reservoir project.

Florida Forever Becomes Florida Yesterday
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Florida Forever Becomes Florida Yesterday

Florida Legislature Defunds Land Critical Conservation Programs

Federal Rule to Protect Wetlands is Under Attack
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Federal Rule to Protect Wetlands is Under Attack

Wetlands are ecosystems that make up some of Florida’s most biologically rich habitat. In addition to supporting birds and other wildlife, wetlands help improve water quality and provide flood control benefits.

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