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We are Bringing the Wild to You!

We are Bringing the Wild to You!

During this time of uncertainty and social distancing due to the COVID-19 virus, we want to wish all FWF members and supporters the best of health. Please be safe, wash your hands and stay at least six feet from others.
Call for 2020 Board Director Nominations

Call for 2020 Board Director Nominations

Call for 2020 Board Director Nominations
Seagrass supports ocean life, protects coasts, boosts economy and faces threats

Seagrass supports ocean life, protects coasts, boosts economy and faces threats

Seagrass supports ocean life, protects coasts, boosts economy and faces threats
America's Wildlife Crisis

America's Wildlife Crisis

One-third of all U.S. wildlife species are already imperiled or are vulnerable-and nearly one million species worldwide are at risk of extinction.
Big Step in Funding Fight

Big Step in Funding Fight

In November 2014, Floridians voted overwhelmingly in support of Amendment 1, the Water and Land Legacy Amendment, the purpose of which was to fund Florida Forever and other land and water conservation programs.
ACTION ALERT! CALL TO URGE VETO OF HB 7103

ACTION ALERT! CALL TO URGE VETO OF HB 7103

Please urge the Governor to VETO HB 7103.
ACTION ALERT: CALL GOVERNOR DESANTIS

ACTION ALERT: CALL GOVERNOR DESANTIS

Ask him to VETO Senate BILL 7068, the toll roads bill.
Stormy weather reminds us that life in paradise comes with a cost | Opinion

Stormy weather reminds us that life in paradise comes with a cost | Opinion

Hurricane Michael destroyed Mexico Beach in Florida’s Panhandle with 155 mph winds — roofs ripped off, walls collapsed, windows shattered. Homes that withstood the wind were gutted by storm surge.
Call for 2019 Board Director Nominations

Call for 2019 Board Director Nominations

Interested in joining the Board of Directors of the Florida Wildlife Federation or nominating someone else?
Tampa Bay Sea Level Rise Conference April 5 & 6

Tampa Bay Sea Level Rise Conference April 5 & 6

What does the recent National Climate Assessment mean for Tampa Bay communities? This two-day conference will lay out the challenges ahead and already arising.