Ongoing research efforts prove there’s still hope for this butterfly — still a spot for it in Florida’s myriad of changing landscapes.
In the U.S., Florida is one of the states that performs the most prescribed burns.
Meanwhile, Florida’s at-risk species face their challenges.
Research highlights a startling reality: insects are disappearing worldwide at an alarming rate — both in number and diversity. Here’s what you can do to help.
Green sea turtle habitat gains much-needed protection while scientists work two restore two important shellfish populations: oysters and freshwater mussels.
Today, climate change and coastal development have altered the mangrove’s traditional geographic span, extending its range farther north and more inland.
Researchers can now use optical machinery, like high-tech cameras, to glean information about Earth from afar.
Our environment wasn’t always protected in the United States – until modern-day environmental policies entered the scene.
The Florida Cabinet recently approved $79 million in Florida Forever funds to conserve nearly 32,000 acres of land in the state.
Radio, GPS and satellite technology have made it possible for scientists to monitor a variety of marine species even more closely.