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FHF Is All A-Bat Florida’s Bats

Florida is home to 13 native bat species, including the critically endangered Florida bonneted bat. Sadly, their reputation does not reflect how beneficial they are to the environment. They serve critical roles worldwide as insect pest controllers, pollinators, seed-dispersers, and fertilizers. Across the United States, bats save the agriculture industry billions of dollars per year. […]

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National Make-A-Will Month

August is National Make-A-Will Month, which means now is the perfect time to make a plan for you, your loved ones, and wild Florida. Estate planning can be overwhelming to think about, but creating a will is a simple, lasting way to protect the landscapes, wildlife, and people you love far into the future. By […]

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Bill’s Buddy Paddles

The stillness of the water during a morning paddle is often accompanied by awe and an appreciation for wild Florida. ​Bill Redmon wants this experience to be accessible to all. As president of Removing the Barriers Initiative, Bill is passionate about eliminating the obstacles that previously prevented people with disabilities from enjoying all our state […]

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Under The Sea: Coral Cam Launched in Key Largo

Located in Key Largo, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is the country’s first undersea park, encompassing nearly 70 nautical square miles. The park was established to protect a unique segment of the only living coral reef in North America; it boasted an annual visitation of more than half a million people from 2018-2019. The […]

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If Ears Could Talk

Meet Florida panther FP263, or as researchers affectionately call him, No Ears. No Ears was first spotted on trail cameras in southwest Florida around the Cypress Dome Trails in 2018. He was dubbed “No Ears” by a citizen scientist due to the panther’s distinct tiny ears that are easy to identify on trail cameras. FWC […]

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