Florida Panther Walks Through High Grass – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Jo Crebbin Packed between Florida’s two coasts are some of the most abundant ecosystems in the U.S., overflowing with wildlife that opts for being hidden from plain sight. The Florida Wildlife Corridor is roughly 18 million acres of natural wonder. On Tuesday, Florida
Image by PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay Florida is known for its diverse wildlife—most of which is constrained to the confines of the Everglades. But just because we can’t see what’s out there, doesn’t mean we don’t know it exists. Thanks to documentaries, wildlife photographers, and preservation teams, Florida’s wildlife is well documented and preserved enough to
American Alligator swimming in the Everglades – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Mark_Kostich A highway may soon be erected across Florida’s most recognizable national park after Gov. Ron DeSantis, and the Florida Cabinet lifted a rule protecting the Everglades’ wetlands from being touched. On Tuesday, Florida legislators lifted a legal ruling that previously blocked Miami-Dade
Underwater Coral Reef – Courtesy: National Park Service – Biscayne National Park Few things are certain in life: death, taxes, and Florida finding its way onto top rankings lists for just about anything. This time around, three national parks in Florida made the top-50 list of deadliest national parks in the U.S. According to outdoor
Image by PublicDomainImages from Pixabay In case you didn’t know, Florida has its own Nature Coast and aquatic preserve. That’s right. It’s also the first new aquatic preserve in Florida in more than 30 years. Governor DeSantis approved protections for the new 400,000-acre Nature Coast Preserve on Monday, June 29. DeSantis has made water quality
The governor made the announcement during his address on the opening day of the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades in Orlando.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas was a writer, an environmentalist, an advocate, an activist… but above all else she was the Defender of the Everglades.
If Florida was its own country, it would have the world’s 17th largest economy with a GDP of $1 trillion.
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.