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UF/IFAS, SFWMD ask residents to identify, report invasive snakes


March 2, 2022

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla – Non-native snakes in Florida are spreading and growing in population. Some are considered invasive, threatening Florida’s environment, native wildlife, economy and public health, according to scientists at the University ... READ MORE

Category: Invasive Species, Pests & Disease, UF/IFAS
Tags: #ivegot1.org, Anaconda, Burmese Python, Common Boa, Croc Docs, Fort Lauderdale Research And Education Center, Frank Mazotti, Invasive Snakes, Melissa Miller, Native Snakes, Northern African Python, Snakes, South Florida Water Management District, UF/IFAS Fort Lauderdale Research Education Center
Citizen scientists holding a Burmese python

Citizen scientists monitor, report invasive reptile species


July 14, 2016

The toughest part of wrangling a Burmese python is not pinning it down, but getting the entire 7-foot long snake into the cotton snake bag, said Ellen Butler, a University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Master Naturalist. “He ... READ MORE

Category: Natural Resources, SFYL Hot Topic, Wildlife
Tags: Burmese Python, Citizen Scientists, EIRAMP, Featured Hot Topic, Invasive Species, Ken Gioeli, Master Naturalists

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