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2019 and 2020 have brought major progress to the largest ecosystem restoration project in the Comprehensive Restoration Plan: Picayune Strand.
With higher water levels on Lake Okeechobee this fall, Audubon anticipates a return to normal Everglade Snail Kite nesting in 2021.
Audubon is a strong proponent of working with landowners to rehydrate historic wetlands to store more water in the Okeechobee watershed, for the good for birds, wildlife, and people alike.
The semi-annual State of the Slough showcases how restoration projects affect South Florida ecosystems.
The Everglades Agricultural Area Reservoir water reservation regulations, the completion of the S-333N water control structure, and the award of a contract for construction on the L-67A levee will improve water flow in the River of Grass.