Skip to main content

Tag: NCBS Interns

Discover living shorelines

Going virtual Like everyone, we are scrambling to adapt our educational programming in the era of social distancing. Our Discovery Days are one of the most beloved programs at the UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station. Normally, we would… Read More

Spring 2020 Living Shoreline Volunteer Days

By Natalie Stephens Cedar Key locals, “snow birds”, Gainesville students, and travelers from all over are coming together to volunteer with the UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station for their Spring 2020 living shoreline volunteer events! With groups ranging… Read More

Seagrass protection initiatives help boaters do their part

A threatened resource Seagrass is one of our most valuable resources in the Nature Coast. From fisheries to water quality, seagrass meadows contribute to productive and beautiful coastal waterways. But, unfortunately, we are losing seagrass in many areas… Read More

NCBS Intern Report: Finding the Cedar Key Salt Marsh Vole

Written by 2019 Summer Intern Camila Leon, with host Robert McCleery from UF IFAS Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Introduction I was fortunate enough to work with Dr. McCleery and Dr. Taillie’s project for the Nature Coast Biological Station’s… Read More

NCBS Intern Report: Water Quality Monitoring and Mangrove Migration

Written by 2019 Summer Intern Juliana Navarro, with host Darlene Velez from the Suwanee River Water Management District   The Suwanee River Water Management District’s motto is “Water for Nature, Water for People.” The Real Florida Florida’s water… Read More

NCBS Intern Report: Fisheries Independent Monitoring – Marine Research

Written by 2019 Summer Intern Shea Husband, with host Caleb Purtlebaugh from Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission   Introduction My name is Shea Husband and this summer I worked with Florida Fish and Wildlife’s Fisheries Independent Monitoring… Read More