Today Is Endangered Species Day!
It is a good day to find an event near you and learn more
about the beautiful Wildlife
who are depending on all of us to make sure that
they will still be around to help celebrate this day too.
This web site will give you lots of good ideas:
Species Day Events
April 21, 2012
Central Florida Earth
Lake Eola Park
10 AM-6 PM
March 20, 2012
Just received this Press Release from Audubon Florida
recently passed HB 1117 that would allow wildlife
grazing on public lands:
Audubon Recommends a Veto on HB 1117
March 24, 2012
Save Sea Turtles
Olsen Civic Auditorium
Pompano Beach, Florida
This very important meeting was called to have the Coast Guard
affects and/or safety of the lighthouse on sea turtle
hatchlings in Pompano Beach.
Larry Richardson, the premier Florida Wildlife Biologist and
perhaps our best known
expert on the Florida Panther and the Ghost Orchid, will
be making a public speaking
appearance on Sanibel Island February 3rd at the "Ding"
Darling Wildlife Refuge.
All of the details about this exciting event
are in this story:
Florida Biologist Coming to "Ding" Darling
January 16, 2012
The Florida Legislature is now in session and you can go
online to look up
any bill that is currently up for consideration and then
follow its progress:
Click here to find all of the latest news and events for the
of Florida Events
And if you live in Central Florida here is another list of
Central Florida Events Calendar
January 11-12, 2012
Florida DEP Announces
Deep Water Horizon Natural Resource Damage Assessment Meeting
Fort Walton Beach
To learn more about these important meetings:
Gulf Spill Restoration
Walking with the Alligators
Write to Gator Woman
gatorwoman3 at centurylink.net
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