- Results for Category : Ecology and Nature
The Coastal Dune Lake Watershed | Connected by Fire and Wate
Habitat restoration at Deer Lake State Park highlights role of fire in a healthy watershed
Roots of Knowledge at the UF/IFAS Gardens
The UF/IFAS Leon County Extension Office gets ready to host their 2017 Spring Open House.
Saint Vincent Island | Where Red Wolves Learn to Be Wild
We learn what makes Saint Vincent Island an ideal host to endangered red wolves.
The Red Wolves of the Tallahassee Museum
The Tallahassee Museum plays a vital role in the survival of the red wolf species.
Choctawhatchee River Hiking on the Florida Trail
We explore a new section of the Florida National Scenic Trail.
Elephants Only-Inside the Future Refuge in South Georgia
Work is underway to create a new refuge for Elephants near Attapulgus, GA.
In the Grass with the Eastern Diamondback Rattler
Biologist Bruce Means has written a new book on the eastern diamondback rattlesnake.
Wacissa Springs Adventure | Kayaking a Wildlife Rich River
We kayak to several Wacissa River springs an unseasonably warm January Day.
They Work On The Wild Side
See the St. Francis Wildlife Association’s mission to save injured and orphaned wildlife.
A Geologist's View of the Apalachicola River
The upper Apalachicola River has geology like no other in Florida.
Monarch Tagging at St. Marks Wildlife Refuge
Tag along on an journey in search of Monarch butterflies at the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge.
Remote Footprints goes deep into the Bradwell Bay Wilderness
We join Remote Footprints in the search for the remotest area in Florida's Big Bend.
The Complicated History of the Fenholloway River
Explore the relationship of a rural North Florida town and the river that keeps it alive.
Upper Chipola River Kayak/ Canoe Adventure
We paddle the Upper Chipola River, where weather and fallen trees keep things interesting.
Saint Vincent Island |Florida's Wildest Barrier Island
We hike wild beaches with author Susan Cerulean and FSU Oceanographer Jeff Chanton.
The Apalachicola Oyster in 2016 | A Long Road to Recovery
Four years since the Apalachicola oyster fishery crash, the bay is slowly recovering.
Tate’s Hell & the Apalachicola Delta | Feeding an Estuary
We kayak into the mysterious Tate's Hell swamp, a crucial part of the Apalachicola basin.
Butterfly Gardening | Building a Pollinator Habitat at Home
Fill your yard with the right plants, and you'll see colorful and useful pollinators.
Monarch Life Cycle | From Caterpillar to Butterfly
A WFSU producer and his family raise monarch caterpillars, watch them become butterflies.
Bringing the Striped Newt Back to the Munson Sandhills
Kids, volunteers, and researchers work to reintroduce species to the Munson Sandhills.