The semi-annual State of the Slough showcases how restoration projects affect South Florida ecosystems.
by Kara Cook, Rooftop Biologist for Audubon Florida.
Annual awards feature Florida's leading conservationists.
By Ricky Cassell, the Panhandle Stewardship Coordinator for Audubon Florida.
The greater Orlando area is one of the most rapidly growing regions in Florida and is already experiencing water shortages.
Changing landscapes and a changing climate have altered the range of Black-bellied Whistling Ducks.
Birds tell us that the impacts of climate change are here.
The completion of the Lakeside Ranch Stormwater Treatment Area this summer is a major step in cleaning water flowing into Lake Okeechobee, and making strides towards restoring this critical ecosystem.
Audubon applauds the rejection of the permit.
The C-44 canal was first dredged in 1923 to divert flood water from Lake Okeechobee to the St. Lucie estuary. It has taken decades and millions of dollars of funds to restore the C-44 area.
Spring storm events threatened to wipe out nesting efforts.
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