Florida wildlife officials say a large offshore fish kill in the northeast Gulf of Mexico is being caused by a red tide.
A young Florida panther, officials say, was found dead Wednesday.
Florida wildlife officials are pushing for safe boating this Memorial Day weekend.
A long distance swimmer helped to bid farewell to an endangered green sea turtle who was released back into Florida waters on Thursday, May 15.
In October 2012, high tides from Hurricane Sandy heavily damaged the docks Elliot Key, separating them from the seawall.
At the time, National Park Service decided to close the island to visitors and do some serious repairs.
The release of an endangered panther, which was rehabilitated after being struck by a car, has been postponed for at least a day .
It’s that time of the year again. If you are planning a trip to the beach, be careful where you step. It’s sea turtle nesting season and State wildlife officials are hoping for another good turnout this year.
“This is probably going to be the worst [manatee] die-off in history.” That’s the grim news from Martine DeWit, a veterinarian who oversees Florida’s marine mammal pathology laboratory.