The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently proposed to list the Miami cave crayfish as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act.
Have you ever seen a brown bulb on the ground that looks like a potato? It could be an air potato, an invasive species in Florida.
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.
Every naturalist carries a notebook for writing down their observations and drawing sketches of the plants and animals they encounter.
Each year in the United States, nearly one billion birds die after colliding with glass.
Have you ever seen a large, warty, bug-eyed frog in your house or your backyard? It might be a Cuban treefrog, an invasive species in Florida.
Learn how conservation paleobiologists use clues from the past to inform climate change management decisions.