Seven acquisitions and conservation easements are protected.
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Construction has begun on the EAA Reservoir Project.
Twice a year, a handful of part-time campus host positions at Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary are filled by recreational vehicle (RV) campers.
The organizations worked together with volunteers to remove the pieces from a beached shrimp boat.
Endemic to Florida, these scrub-jays also engage in cooperative breeding.
Audubon has staff monitoring colonies from the Panhandle to Marco Island
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary protects 2,900 nautical miles of unique marine resources.
Audubon celebrates record highs at both the state and federal levels.
How do we begin solving this traffic nightmare?
Some species may have enough time to nest once more.
Successful captive breeding program is a major step forward in the fight to bring the Florida Grasshopper Sparrow back from the brink of extinction.
In this State of the Slough, we analyze a number of indicators to spotlight the trends in the Florida Bay system
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