Tag: Wakulla County Extension

Wakulla 4-H Installs New Youth and Volunteer Leadership for 2018-19 Program Year

Crawfordville, FL –  On Thursday, May 5 close to 60 youth and community members gathered in the Wakulla Extension Livestock Arena for a dinner catered by The Seineyard to celebrate the 2017-2018 Wakulla 4-H program year and install… Read More

Assassin Bug

The untamed residents of North Florida The growing season is underway with plenty of moisture recently and the acceptable temperature range. Home gardens are delivering quite the bounty for those who have made the effort to cultivate their… Read More

Honeybees: Historic Pollinators

Article and Audio Introduction by Les Harrison The world of social media is always abuzz with a variety of topics. This time of year there are many postings on the nearly endless list of blooming flower which are… Read More

Alligators Love Wakulla County

By Les Harrison Even without Hurricane Irma, 2017 in Wakulla County had ample rain. Along with being a benefit to farmers and homeowners, the rains replenished the rivers, ponds and swamps. No doubt the frogs were happy, or… Read More

Snowy Egrets Hunt In The Sand And Mud

By Les Harrison The dog days of August are resting heavily upon Wakulla County. It is a daily contest between the thermometer and humidity to see which can generate the highest readings to compound the heat index’s effects…. Read More

Brown Pelicans Are A Common Sight

By Les Harrison Living in Wakulla County has a variety of exceptional benefits. The natural environment is a feature visitors travel great distances to experience and enjoy during their leisure periods. While some residents may take this advantage… Read More

Horseshoe Crabs Are Living Fossils

By Les Harrison The pace of 21st Century life continues to accelerate unabated. There seem to be an unending stream of new, improved, and enhanced products and services at every sunrise. The stress and expense it takes on… Read More

Florida Panthers are Said to Roam North Florida

by Les Harrison November’s frosty nights stand in stark contrast to the warmer eves of a few weeks back.  The raucous chirp of crickets has been replaced with a deafening silence, interrupted occasionally with the call of a… Read More