Photo Credit: chutima kuanamon/Shutterstock.com Here in Florida, we are known for our beaches, the unforgiving heat, beautiful weather all year-round, theme parks and many other things. But one other thing we should be proud of is our natural beauty, particularly the plants and landscape that surround us that we so often take for granted. There
Photo Credit: Anut21ng Photo/Shutterstock.com Florida has its fair share of exotic and wild animals. From alligators to manatees and various species of snowbirds. We have it all. But there are places in Florida where animals such as monkeys may roam free and even have their own private island. Several places in Florida, actually. Here, we
Photo Credit: Joanne Date/Shutterstock Florida is home to over 160 state parks, so there is no shortage of wildlife and natural beauty in this state. If you ask any true Floridian, they will tell you that apart from the white sandy beaches, the state parks in Florida are the best part about living here. You
Photo Credit: K Grif/ Shutterstock The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and its Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary are ready to restore nearly 3 million square feet of the Florida Reef Tract thanks to an intent to raise almost $100 million to restore seven coral reef sites off the Florida Keys. This is one
Red tide has made its way back to our shores and the devastation to marine life could be enormous. The algae are currently most prevalent in the waters off of Sarasota, Lee, Collier and Charlotte counties. But it has been slowly making its way north toward the Tampa Bay region. Several fish kills and turtle
Confused by bright neighborhood lights, sea turtle hatchlings are crossing the street to their deaths instead of happily waddling out into the water.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is reaching out to homeowners across the Sunshine State to help them in the culling of invasive green iguanas.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter Monday afternoon to announce he supports $200 million in funding to restore the Florida Everglades.
The Southeast Asian Burmese python has been wreaking havoc in the Florida Everglades for almost 40 years.