Warm temperatures pose harm to the marine ecosystem, can exacerbate extreme weather events, and hinder Florida’s economy.
Have you ever seen a large toad with dry, warty skin and enlarged poison glands in your backyard? It might be a cane toad, an invasive species in Florida.
Many companies employ greenwashing techniques to make their products seem more appealing.
In June, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) declared that the El Niño phase of the El Niño- Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle has begun. Though this event occurs in the southern Pacific Ocean, it impacts the entire Earth. Read to learn more about ENSO, how it impacts Florida, and what that means for hurricane season.
Every naturalist carries a notebook for writing down their observations and drawing sketches of the plants and animals they encounter.
A disease called citrus greening is threatening the orange’s famous name in Florida.
Each year in the United States, nearly one billion birds die after colliding with glass.
With 11 national parks, 175 state parks and 9 state trails, Florida’s wealth of recreational opportunities can provide adventure, fun and a deeper connection with nature for those who visit them.