Sea and shorebirds flock to Florida's coastline in the spring and summer for breeding and nesting season.
The interior wetlands of Cape Sable are among the most ecologically productive environments left in Florida.
Healthy land and water resources support people, too.
by Kara Cook, Audubon Florida Rooftop Biologist.
Partnership included ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, Pinellas County UF/IFAS Extension, and the University of South Florida.
by Julianna Merotto.
The vote took place at the April quarterly meeting.
Sixteen baby raptors have already been returned to their nests.
A documentary examining several different oceanic environments as well as those that work to protect them.
New Roseate Spoonbill discovery shows they can live to more than 18 years old in the wild.
The White House announced the largest ever investment of federal funds for Everglades restoration in January, followed by another historic presidential budget request to Congress in March.
Big wins for birds, wildlife, and people.
Not disturbing wildlife is key to ensuring areas near nest sites remain open to birders and the general public.
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