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The patients in the Raptor Clinic come from around the state.
An essay from a CLI alum.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to present award virtually in May.
Novel approach entails the use of cameras and cellular tracking to learn more about their habits.
Amanda Hull and her mentor monitor a Bald Eagle nest for EagleWatch.
Regional collaboratives are instrumental in both accelerating the state’s resilience work and serving as a conduit for future funds and programs.
Audubon Florida and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission actively monitor American Oystercatchers throughout the state.
McCree will be the first female Chair since 1999 when Florida Audubon Society merged with National Audubon Society to become Audubon Florida.
Journal publication implicates red-tide poisoning in multi-species mortality event
Caitlin Westerfield works with West Pasco Audubon Society on an important bird survey initiative.
Your voice was heard! FWC Commission moves to prohibit invasive reptiles.
Over-drying has significant implications for wildlife, plant communities, and vulnerability to catastrophic wildfire.
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