Posted Apr 22 | 03:13am
We can't wait to explore the Choctawhatchee and Holmes Creek WMA during the 2nd Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition this fall!
Posted Apr 21 | 03:25pm
“It’s important for a lot of reasons, not just black bears,” Hamilton said. “It’s important for the management of forests for the timber industry, for the fresh water supply and for outdoor recreation.” Very exciting! Great job Conservation Trust for Florida!
Posted Apr 18 | 08:47pm
"The Lyrid shower officially kicked off April 16 and should continue through April 25, according to NASA. Its peak typically lasts less than a day, and NASA says it will likely fall on Earth Day this year (Earth Night, actually). "This month's Lyrid meteor shower peaks on the night of April 22 and the morning of April 23," says Jane Houston Jones of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. "But you'll spot some Lyrids any night between the 16th and the 25th. The peak rate is expected to be 15 to 20 meteors per hour."
Posted Apr 17 | 08:10pm
Here's another chance to the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition film, TOMORROW 4/18, as part of the Gainesville "Old Florida" Birding and Nature Festival! Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition: Everglades to Okefenokee, a film by Elam Stoltzfus showing Friday, April 18, 2014, 8:00pm at the Hampton Inn Downtown with a portion of the proceeds from the viewing donated to the @Conservation Trust for Florida, $15/person.
Posted Apr 15 | 09:38pm
Check out these Limpkins. What are your favorite #birds and #birding areas in Florida?
Posted Apr 14 | 10:48am
Make the Florida Wildlife Corridor part of your Earth Day plans! 1. Sat 4/19 in Port Richey -- https://www.facebook.com/events/257204597784645/ 2. Tue 4/22 in Lake City -- https://www.facebook.com/events/263328870515954/ 3. Thu 4/24 in Tallahassee -- https://www.facebook.com/events/1418177005102145/
Posted Apr 12 | 06:41am
At conclusion of tonight's talk at the Palm Beach Zoo , the Zoo staff and community pledged its own Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition across Palm Beach County! Wow!
Posted Apr 11 | 11:03am
Want to get your hands dirty this Earth Month to benefit the Florida Wildlife Corridor? Here's one way to help out. Lots of other opportunities are out there, feel free to post info in the comments below.
Posted Apr 9 | 10:51am
Lots of ways to connect with the Florida Wildlife Corridor team this Earth Month! Carlton Ward will be speaking at the Palm Beach Zoo tomorrow, 4/10, and Carlton and Mallory just recorded an interview for American Variety Radio that will begin airing on 4/17.