Experts to discuss Florida's native orchids and the Everglades ecosystem they need to survive.
It is considered poaching if these berries are harvested from private property.
Sanctuary staff has some new tools in their toolbox, including two solar-powered, satellite-telemetered, water-level recorders recently installed for the purpose of long-term hydrologic monitoring.
Funds provide needed support for operations impacted by the shutdown.
It was designated by the Convention in 2009
Fortunately, many generous donors have recognized the importance of this restoration work and have chosen to invest in its success.
Sanctuary staff member spots one flower and two buds on July 8, 2020
Their departure from historic nesting locations in Southwest Florida and across the Everglades is a strong indicator that the quality of our ecosystem has declined and these other places have become more favorable.
Excerpt from Audubon Florida's The Naturalist Magazine, June 2020 issue
The annual rainfall total recorded in 2019-2020 was the fourth-lowest since records began in 1959.
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