Florida Fish and Wildlife
A manatee that was suffering from an injury and received help at the Miami Seaquarium will be released back into the wild.
After two days at sea, a group of smiling Cuban migrants were escorted to a Coast Guard cutter after making their way onshore the Marquesas Keys just west of Key West.
A nine-foot, nearly 200-pound crocodile doesn’t want to live anywhere else but South Miami.
On a busy Labor Day Weekend, Florida Fish and Wildlife took CBS4 out on a boat to talk safety.
A warning for South Florida boaters; beware of manatees who are seeking shelter in warmer waters near power plants and warm springs as the temperatures drop.
COCONUT GROVE (CBS4) – Scientists are trying to figure out a mystery in Biscayne Bay. Late Tuesday afternoon Florida Fish and Wildlife discovered dozens of turkey vultures dropping out of the sky and into the […]