As the Natural Resources and Conservation Extension Agent for UF/IFAS Extension Polk County, Shannon Carnevale's outreach work focuses on lake ecology, co-existing with wildlife, invasive species management, and urban forestry. She serves on the UF/IFAS Invasive Species Council and on the UF/IFAS Agriculture and Natural Resources Artificial Intelligence Extension Education Team. Shannon is a co-host for Naturally Florida, a podcast about Florida's natural areas and the wild things that live here. You can contact Shannon at scarnevale [at] ufl [dot] edu or, on Instagram or Twitter, @PolkNR
Posts by Shannon Carnevale:
- “American White Pelicans: Florida’s Other Snowbird” a New Episode from Naturally Florida!
- Florida on Fire, a new episode from Naturally Florida
- “Birds and Their Houses: Cavity Nesters in Florida” – a new episode from Naturally Florida about birdhouses
- “Florida’s Most Recognizable Reptile, the American Alligator” – A new episode from Naturally Florida!
- Lightning Safety for Floridians
- How to Create a Firefly Oasis
- Where to Find Florida Fireflies
- Webinar Series: Florida Arbor Day Celebration
- Polk County’s Invasive Amphibians (Webinar Opportunity)
- Webinar: Integrating biological control with current Brazilian peppertree management (Online CEU opportunity)