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Nature at Home: Florida’s Native Habitats and Species
Nature at Home: Florida’s Native Habitats and Species
Nature at Home: Florida’s Native Habitats and Species   Wetlands provide many important functions. They store and filter our water, provide wildlife habitat and, in more urban places, provide needed greenspace. Whether you explore our wetlands from their edges or a boardwalk, during the humid summer or on dry, cool winter days, you ...
Little Fish of Big Importance
Little Fish of Big Importance
Little Fish - Big Deal: Program Seeks to Uncover the Secrets of Florida’s Forage Fish   The forage fish species on our coasts and seas, although small in size, are critical to the well-being of the entire saltwater food chain. Examples of forage fish are pinfish, mullet, menhaden and anchovies. Due ...
Creature Feature: American alligator
Creature Feature: American alligator
Creature Feature: American alligator One of our state’s most iconic creatures is the alligator. This ancient species is estimated to have existed on the planet for 150-230 million years! That means they lived with the dinosaurs. Our nation’s largest reptile, alligators have a rounded snout and show only their upper ...
Nature at Home: Small Space Gardening
Nature at Home: Small Space Gardening
Nature at Home: Small Space Gardening Lynn Jones, FWF Membership & Database Coordinator If you love tomatoes, nothing beats the taste of one just picked from a plant you’ve grown at home. If you have a sunny porch, patio, balcony, tiny side yard or edge along a walk or driveway you ...
Creature Feature: Florida scrub jay
Creature Feature: Florida scrub jay
Creature Feature: Florida scrub jay Florida has some wildlife species that only live here, and one of them is the Florida scrub jay. This winged inhabitant of the peninsula is under many threats as development eliminates its habitat and are now found only in isolated patches of its former range. ...
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The Florida Wildlife Federation is a private, statewide, non-profit citizens' conservation education organization composed of thousands of concerned Floridians and other citizens from all walks of life who have a common interest in preserving, managing, and improving Florida's fish, wildlife, soil, water, and plant life. As the State Affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation, FWF has been improving Florida's wildlife since 1936.

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Thank you for visiting Florida Wildlife Federation’s new website. We welcome your participation in our critical work on behalf of fish and wildlife and their habitats in this rapidly growing and changing state. Please consider joining and supporting us today!

Preston RobertsonPresident