Sex & The Sea Turtles: Study Reveals Impact Of Climate Change Climate change is a hot topic and now a new study finds that climate change is causing trouble for sea turtles.
Sea Turtles Set New Nesting Records In Georgia, FloridaSea turtles have set a new nesting record in Florida and other southeastern beaches, rebounding from a nesting slump last year.
FWC: Stop Putting Gopher Tortoises In WaterWildlife officials want to remind residents and visitors that not all turtles can swim.
Broward Wraps Up Busy Sea Turtle Nesting SeasonThis year will go down in the books as one of the busier years for sea turtle nesting on Broward's beaches.
Have A Romantic Vacation In HawaiiWhile some romantic activities in Hawaii seem obvious, such as a sunset promenade along Waikiki Beach or watching the sunrise at Haleakala, there are many other great ways to reaffirm a couple’s love for one another.
2014 Was A Good Year For Nesting Sea Turtles2014 was a good year for turtle nesting across the Sunshine State. The number of loggerhead turtle nests remained high and the number of leatherback turtle nests reached a record.
299 Sea Turtle Eggs Recovered From Poacher A man, allegedly caught poaching hundreds of sea turtle eggs, was arrested and booked into jail.
New "Be A Hero!" Decals Help To Save Manatees & Sea TurtlesYou can help save manatees and sea turtles by purchasing a new decal offered by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Thousands Of Fish Killed By Red Tide Off Florida CoastFlorida wildlife officials say a large offshore fish kill in the northeast Gulf of Mexico is being caused by a red tide.
"Florida Untamed" To Take Viewers Into The WildSouth Florida is once again being featured in a new television series. This time, the action is all about the state of Florida and includes destinations all over the state.
Man Pleads Guilty To Poaching Sea Turtle EggsA South Florida man has pleaded guilty to poaching more than 300 sea turtle eggs.
South Florida Beaches Replenished After Hurricane Sandy ErosionThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it has replenished 5.1 miles of beaches in South Florida eroded by Hurricane Sandy.