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Tag: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Fighting the tegu spread, protecting Florida’s wildlife, natural areas through sustained multiagency efforts

Argentine black and white tegus are one of the largest non-native invasive lizard species posing a significant threat to the biodiversity and ecological integrity of Florida’s natural areas. As omnivores that eat fruits, vegetables, insects, small animals including… Read More

UF/IFAS Florida Sea Grant survey seeks public input on existing Florida red tide communications

[inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” suffix=””]University of Florida researchers want to hear from Florida residents and visitors to gauge the value and accessibility of information pertaining to Florida red tide events.[/inlinetweet] Florida red tides, harmful algal blooms caused by the toxin-producing dinoflagellate Karenia brevis, are a… Read More

Public input needed for Southeast Coral Reef Ecosystem Conservation Area

The Southeast Coral Reef Ecosystem Conservation Area (Coral ECA), a stretch of Florida’s reef tract from the northern boundary of Biscayne Bay National Park to the St. Lucie Inlet, is in need of conservation. A public meeting will… Read More