Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida
Saltar al contenido

Categoría: Blog

The 2023 Hurricane Season Has Started

With the official start of hurricane season on June 1, it is important to ensure that you and your family are prepared. Whether it’s your first hurricane season in Florida or your thirtieth, review the effects major storms have on our wildlife to keep both them and your family safe. Burrowing Owls Unusual heavy rainfall […]

Lee mas

Planting Eelgrass in St. Lucie River

Last week, our Foundation joined FWC, Sea & Shoreline, and the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) for a day of replanting eelgrass in the North Fork of St. Lucie River. FWC and Sea & Shoreline staff accompanied CCA volunteers into the river, which had been tested for conducive water quality prior to the project. In less […]

Lee mas

Grants at Work: Sandspurs v. Black Skimmer

Sandspurs: the bane of the beachgoers existence. But an FWC study, in conjunction with Audubon and Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve funded by our Foundation, may prove these stickers are more than just annoying to humans; they could be cause for alarm for the black skimmer bird. The project will investigate a large multi-year […]

Lee mas

Foundation Awards FWC Employees

We are proud to be an emergency gap funder, often the first on the scene, for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and its partners. We also annually support the Rodney Barreto FWC Employee of the Year and the Louise Ireland Humphrey Achievement awards, which include a $2,500 and $5,000 stipend respectively. The […]

Lee mas

Our Annual Report Won An Award!

Winner, winner! Thanks to the incredible design team at Trickey Jennus, our 2022 annual report was awarded the Platinum Hermes Creative award! We are so grateful for this eye-catching representation of our work from the past year. As a comprehensive overview of achievements over the past year, the report highlights our commitment to the conservation, […]

Lee mas
Volver arriba