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Gov. DeSantis announces coral reef protection tied to Super Bowl

Sun Sentinel

1.30.2020

 

Innovative Partnership Continues to Save Florida’s Corals

Coastal Breeze News

12.18.2019

 

Operation Outdoor Freedom still going strong thanks to grants

Navarre Press

11.28.2019

 

FWC receives grant to monitor Florida deer population

The Ledger 

11.25.2019

 

Manatees Of Marion County Find New Human Hideaway

WUSF

11.22.2019

 

Rare Florida Crayfish To Be Studied

WFSU News

10.31.2019

 

Foundation Grants $13,000 to Introduce Women, Youth to Hunting in Florida

Spectrum Bay News 9

10.29.2019

 

Newest Florida Wildlife Corridor expedition carries an urgency

Tampa Bay Times

10.25.2019

 

Florida’s rare ghost orchids are getting cut off from water

National Geographic

10.25.2019

 

Groups push to save Keys coral reef

Key West Citizen

10.23.2019

 

New High Tech Camera Could Help Florida In Fight Against Invasive Burmese Pythons

CBS Miami

10.14.2019

 

How Many Horseshoe Crabs Are In Florida? Growing Volunteer Effort Aims To Find Out

WGCU

10.14.2019

 

Florida black bears on the move, preparing for winter

Tampa Bay Times

10.14.2019

 

Images offer glimpse into life of endangered Florida panther

The Guardian 

10.13.2019

 

More than 23,000 lionfish removed from Florida waters in 2019 Lionfish Challenge

FOX 4

10.7.2019

 

‘It’s extremely depressing’: tiny turtle dies after eating 104 pieces of plastic

The Guardian 

10.4.2019

 

100th invasive tegu lizard removed from the wild

Fox4

9.30.2019

 

What’s going on with red tide research? You asked, we answered

Miami Herald 

9.30.2019

 

The race to save the coral of the Caribbean

Reuters

9.26.2019

 

What’s going on with Everglades restoration? You asked, we answered

Miami Herald

9.25.2019

 

Birds Are Vanishing From North America

The New York Times

9.19.2019

 

Threatened species thriving on Marco Island, number of burrowing owls increasing

NBC2

9.18.2019

 

Tegu lizards threaten native species around Riverview

Tampa Bay Times

9.18.2019

 

Bottled Water Is Sucking Florida Dry

The New York Times

9.15.2019

 

Captive-reared Florida grasshopper sparrows are adjusting to the wild

FOX 13

9.13.2019

 

4 billion particles of tiny plastics pollute Tampa Bay, study finds

Tampa Bay Times

9.12.2019

 

Someone needs to watch Florida’s dwindling scallop population. Enter the ‘scallop sitters’

Tampa Bay Times

8.23.2019

 

Python wars: the snake epidemic eating away at Florida

The Guardian 

8.22.2019

 

FWC program lets teens join the python hunt

Fox 13 Tampa Bay

8.22.2019

 

Scientific Breakthrough At Florida Aquarium Could Save Florida’s Endangered Coral Reefs

CBS Miami

8.21.2019

 

Florida’s Panthers Hit With Mysterious Crippling Disorder

The New York Times

8.20.2019

 

The Race to Save Our Reefs

NBC Miami

8.19.2019

 

Scientists, Lawmakers Fight to Protect Thousands of Coral Off Florida Coast

Spectrum News 9

8.16.2019

 

The ‘Coral Whisperer’ Aims At Repopulating Florida’s Coral Reef

WJCT

8.14.2019

 

Climate change is turning Florida’s sea turtles female. How long can these species survive?

Miami Herald

8.12.2019

 

Gov. DeSantis To Expand Efforts On Eliminating Pythons From Florida Everglades

CBS Miami

8.7.2019

 

CRITICALLY ENDANGERED FLORIDA GRASSHOPPER SPARROWS TAKE FIRST STEPS, FLAPS INTO THE WILD

90.7 WMFE

7.26.2019

 

Scientists race to save Gulf Coast coral ravaged by mysterious underwater disease

CBS THIS MORNING

7.25.2019

 

Here’s how Florida wildlife officials plan to keep manatees safe

WKMG

7.17.2019

 

Florida’s alligator egg hunt: the world’s most successful sustainability story

WFTV9

7.17.2019

 

‘Lift That Nest Up’: Florida’s Endangered Birds Threatened By Floods

WUFT

7.17.2019

 

Florida Coral Crew Works to Protect Coral Reefs

Bay News 9

7.8.2019

 

FWC says boating-related manatee deaths are rising

FOX4

7.6.2019

 

Scientists collect healthy corals for gene bank as mysterious disease decimates reefs

Miami Herald

7.5.2019

 

Threatened Native Eastern Indigo Snakes Released In North Florida

CBS Miami

6.12.2019

 

15 snakes, North America’s longest, released in North Florida

FOX13

6.11.2019

 

Free the snakes: Florida scientists release America’s longest snakes into the wild

Orlando Sentinel 

6.11.2019

 

Scarce snakes reintroduced in North Florida preserve

WEAR-TV

6.11.2019

 

15 Eastern Indigo Snakes just released in year three of the North Florida recovery effort

Florida Trend

6.11.2019

 

These Special Forces Veterans Are on a Mission to Rescue Florida’s Threatened Coral Reefs

Geek

6.3.2019

 

Shooting sports park, one of largest in Florida, to open by end of year

South Florida Sun Sentinel 

6.3.2019

 

Looking for a place to shoot? One of the largest gun parks in Florida is opening

Miami Herald

6.3.2019

 

Coral Rescue Project Aims to Protect, Preserve Reefs

NBC 6 South Florida

5.29.2019

 

Concern And Worry As Recovery Of North America’s Most Endangered Bird Moves Ahead

WJCT

5.16.2019

 

Facing extinction, captive-reared Florida grasshopper sparrows to be released in the wild

The St. Augustine Record

5.13.2019

 

Facing extinction, captive-reared Florida grasshopper sparrows to be released in the wild

FOX13

5.13.2019

 

Government agencies release endangered Florida grasshopper sparrows into wild, despite concerns

Tampa Bay Times

5.9.2019

 

Highly endangered Florida grasshopper sparrows reared in captivity are released

Orlando Sentinel

5.9.2019

 

Breeding Program for Florida Bird on Edge of Extinction Gets Funding

Spectrum News 13

5.2.2019

 

FWC awarded grant for bear monitoring

WCTV

4.30.2019

 

License plates to fund study of turtle-killing virus

Daily Commercial 

4.27.2019

 

License plate funds go to UF study of turtle-killing virus

The Gainesville Sun

4.26.2019

 

License plate sales fund study of St. Johns River turtle deaths

The Florida Times-Union

4.25.2019

 

Funding from the Conserve Wildlife tag going to save fresh water turtles from disease

News4JAX

4.25.2019

 

FWC Gets Grant To Help Investigate Mysterious Turtle Deaths In St. Johns Watershed

WJCT

4.25.2019

 

Combatting Invasive Species In Florida

WUSF

4.16.2019

 

Florida Aquarium raising corals to replace those devastated by disease in the Florida Keys Reef Tract

Tampa Bay Times

4.11.2019

 

Florida’s Gulf Coast solitary bee may be added to endangered species list

FOX13

4.9.2019

 

The Race to Save the Most Endangered Conifer in America

Gizmodo

4.9.2019

 

Florida bill seeks red tide research money

WPTV

4.9.2019

 

Newly Discovered Virus Behind Turtle Die-Off in St. Johns River, Researchers Say

WMFE

4.3.2019

 

The Florida Aquarium grows coral to save reefs in the wild

WFTS Tampa Bay

4.2.2019

 

Coral Disease Prompts Unprecedented Rescue Project In South Florida’s Waters

WJCT News

4.1.2019

 

Indigo Snake releases guided by strong science and conservation ethic

Tallahassee Democrat

3.31.2019

 

A new ‘Conserve Wildlife’ license plate is on the way. Here’s how you can help pick it.

Tampa Bay Times

3.22.2019

 

Ringling Collaboratory students compete with ‘Conserve Wildlife’ license plates

Herald-Tribune

3.19.2019

 

Here’s how you can help Florida wildlife officials investigate turtle die-off

WKMG News 6

3.19.2019

 

Art students compete for Florida’s new ‘Conserve Wildlife’ license plate design

The News-Press

3.19.2019

 

Horseshoe crabs at risk of extinction, FWC asks Floridians to help track them

Fox 4

3.12.2019

 

Seven rehabilitated manatees return to wild

WKMG News 6

3.11.2019

 

Gopher tortoise preservation spurs profitable cottage industry

The Gainesville Sun

2.18.2019

 

Seven rare right whale calves spotted off Florida coast but ‘still isn’t enough’

The Guardian

2.17.2019

 

Florida investigating high number of manatee deaths in Everglades National Park

Miami Herald

2.14.2019

 

Sea Turtles Nested In Florida Despite 2018 Algae Bloom, Tropical Storms

CBS Miami

2.13.2019

 

There’s a whale baby boom off Florida’s east coast; 5th North Atlantic right whale calf spotted

Orlando Sentinel 

2.11.2019

 

Red fish replenishment efforts begin in Florida coastal areas plagued by red tide

News 6 WKMG

2.1.2019

 

Corals rescued from disease spreading along Florida’s west coast

FOX 13

1.24.2019

 

Florida Aquarium opens $4.1 million turtle rehab center at growing Apollo Beach campus

Tampa Bay Times

1.23.2019

 

State agencies acknowledge pollution contributes to algal blooms

WCTV

1.23.2019

 

3 Newborn Endangered Right Whales Seen After Year With No Births

The New York Times

1.22.2019

 

Red snapper study to include $250 tags on fish

Tampa Bay Times 

1.19.2019

 

In Florida, Turtles Poisoned by Red Tide Are Getting a New Treatment

Hakai Magazine 

1.16.2019

 

Red tide episode kills record number of sea turtles

Herald-Tribune

1.15.2019

 

Real python hunters don’t wear gloves

Business Observer

1.11.2019

 

Gov. DeSantis makes water policy announcement in Bonita Springs

FOX4

1.10.2019

 

3 Rehabbed Red Tide Manatees Released in Apollo Beach

Spectrum News 9

12.18.2018

 

Manatee deaths increase, but estimate raised for Florida’s manatee population

South Florida Sun Sentinel

12.18.2018

 

Video shows wildlife crossing in Collier County, Florida

Miami Herald

12.18.2018

 

‘The Worst I’ve Ever Seen It’: Lean Stone Crab Season Follows Red Tide in Florida

The New York Times

12.16.2018

 

People pour into Florida’s Four Corners. Can wildlife and the Everglades survive?

Miami Herald

12.14.2018

 

Newly approved guidelines will help 9 threatened species in Florida

News4JAX

12.14.2018

 

Test results show red tide caused Marco Island bird ‘apocalypse’

NBC2

12.14.2018

 

As Nesting Season Winds Down, FWC says Sea Turtles Had Another Good Season

Spectrum News 13

12.13.2018

 

A Rare Florida Bat Needs Your Help

WLRN

12.11.2018

 

New species of giant salamander discovered in Florida

National Geographic

12.5.2018

 

Economic study: Scalloping provides a delicious boost to Hernando County’s economy

Tampa Bay Times

11.28.2018

 

Florida wildlife officials warn watch out for migrating manatees

WPTV

11.14.2018

 

Conservation groups file lawsuit to protect Florida bonneted bats

Orlando Sentinel

10.23.2018

 

Mote announces launch of new Red Tide Institute

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

10.22.2018

 

Bats are important to Florida ecosystem, including pest control

TCPalm

10.21.2018

 

Antibiotics for the reef

Keys Weekly

10.21.2018

 

Everglades: climate change threatens years of work to reverse manmade damage

The Guardian

10.17.2018

 

State workshop looks at controlling non-native wildlife

Sun Sentinel

10.16.2018

 

Youths take part in Youth Hunter Education Challenge

The Ledger

10.14.2018

 

Hurricane Michael’s fury will have longstanding environmental impacts

WGRZ

10.13.2018

 

Red Tide bloom now touching all three of Florida’s coasts

Tampa Bay Times

10.01.2018

 

Red Tide Reaches Florida’s Atlantic Beaches, Test Results Show

The Weather Channel

10.01.2018

 

Mote Marine’s ozone experiment works, sort of, but it’s not the silver bullet to kill Red Tide

Tampa Bay Times

09.27.2018

 

Red Tide takes toll on imperiled species of birds, but volunteers try to save them

Tampa Bay Times

09.26.2018

 

Clay may combat Florida’s Red Tide, but opposition ended experiments here 15 years ago

Tampa Bay Times

09.20.2018

 

FWC and partners to experiment with “specialized clay” to fight red tide

WWSB MySuncoast

09.19.2018

 

State Looks To Bolster Redfish Amid Red Tide Fight

CBS Miami

09.18.2018

 

Red Tide endangers more than sea life. Birds are latest victims

Tampa Bay Times

09.17.2018

 

State wildlife agency hands out $305K in Central Florida to deter nuisance bears

Orlando Sentinel

09.12.2018

 

Toxic red tide algae moves north near Tampa Bay, killing hundreds of thousands of fish

The Washington Post

09.09.2018

 

Florida Aquarium grows coral in captivity, in hopes of saving reefs in the wild

Tampa Bay Times

09.08.2018

 

Tropical Storm Gordon Alleviates Florida’s Red Tide But Likely Not for Long

The Weather Channel

09.06.2018

 

We have the resources to save Florida’s dying coral reefs. Now, we just need the will.

Miami Herald

09.05.2018

 

Florida’s toxic red tide is a perfect storm for the Gulf Coast

PBS NewsHour

09.05.2018

 

FWC offering free hunter safety courses in October

News4JAX

09.05.2018

 

In Key Largo, fin-to-fin with the denizens of Florida’s revitalized coral barrier reef

The Washington Post

08.31.2018

 

The Deadly Toll of the Red Tide

The New York Times

08.31.2018

 

Red tide leads Florida to alter fishing rules for snook and redfish

Miami Herald

08.30.2018

 

No, There Isn’t a Brown Tide in Florida

The Weather Channel

08.30.2018

 

Red tide may be ‘natural,’ but scientists believe coastal pollution is making it worse

Miami Herald

08.30.2018

 

Florida’s unusually long red tide is killing wildlife, tourism and businesses

The Washington Post

08.28.2018

 

How the environment has become a key factor in Florida’s elections

ABC News

08.26.2018

 

Super-snake: hybrid pythons could pose new threat to Florida Everglades

The Guardian

08.25.2018

 

Scientists Battle Red Tide That Turned Florida Coast Into Wildlife Killing Field

NPR

08.23.2018

 

Florida’s red tide has produced 1,700 tons of dead marine life and cost the state more than $8 million

CNN

08.22.2018

 

Florida to reimburse Manatee County for red tide cleanup

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

08.21.2018

 

Scallop Population Rebounding in Florida Panhandle

U.S. News

08.20.2018

 

SA freshwater, saltwater tug-of-war is eating away at the Everglades

Science News

08.20.2018

 

FWC attempts to reduce human-bear conflicts

The Walton Sun

08.19.2018

 

Few Weeks To Go In Already Record-Setting Lionfish Challenge

WFSU News

08.19.2018

 

Scientists testing new solution to fight Florida’s toxic red tide

CBS News

08.18.2018

 

FWC investigator Kyle Patterson receives Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Award for saving marine life

TC Palm

08.07.2018

 

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