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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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