Two Florida Keys men have been sentenced to prison time after pleading guilty to illegal trafficking in wildlife including sharks, tropical fish and sea fans.
The Florida Keys mole skink, Panama City crayfish and the Suwannee moccasin shell mussel are just three of the nine species the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering for protection under the Endangered Species Act.
Wildlife officials are looking for answers after a crocodile was found dead in Florida Bay.
Love is in the air at the South Florida Wildlife Center as this time of year, also known as “baby season,” the nursery is packed with baby birds.
“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.
A Longwood woman who was walking her dog got a shock Friday when a bear confronted her and bit her on the butt. The dog and the bear are fine, but she has a puncture wound where she sits.
Four men committed to preserving South Florida’s river of grass and the corridor that spans the entire state began their 100-day trek Tuesday, and they’re known as the Everglades Explorers.
The Florida black bear is no longer deemed a endangered species.
Dry conditions in the Everglades have prevented airboats from buzzing through the swamp, dry conditions have changed the landscape.
Public outcry may postpone the setting of traps in federal wildlife refuges in the Florida Keys for feral cats and iguanas.