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The patients in the Raptor Clinic come from around the state.
An essay from a CLI alum.
Regional collaboratives are instrumental in both accelerating the state’s resilience work and serving as a conduit for future funds and programs
Audubon Center for Birds of Prey sees double the usual number of juvenile Bald Eagles for this time of year.
Different bird species have different feeding habits, but all depend on healthy ecosystems.
Natasza Fontaine and Robert Gundy criss-crossed the state looking for birds.
What made this rescue even more compelling was the colored band that Rachal saw on the bird’s left leg.
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.
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