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The President’s Hootby Richard H. Baker, Ph.D.March 2021 We are so lucky in our county to have such diverse habitats in which birds thrive. Conservation areas create great birding opportunities in Florida and Indian River County (IRC) for the experienced…
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St. Johns River Water Management District created a series showing the work they do and the importance of water to the environment and to us. In this installment, learn about the headwaters of the St. Johns River, where the St.…
In plain language, the Water and Land Conservation Amendment intended primarily to fund Florida Forever has been ignored and brazenly abused since its passage. The 4.2 million Floridians who voted for the amendment and those who want Florida to continue to be a beautiful and desirable place to live should be offended. The state’s leaders have thumbed their noses at you and by their actions have said — we don’t care how you voted or what you think.
Dr. Jerry Lorenz studies Roseate Spoonbill while working with staff and volunteers to collect nesting information across Florida Bay. Data analyses show shifts in nesting distribution due to habitat destruction in the Keys. Recently nesting success has decreased and nest…
Pelican Island Audubon Society and the Indian River County Stormwater Division offered a birding field trip led by PIAS president Richard H. Baker, Ph.D. and IRC Stormwater Division Educator Alexis Peralta to the Egret Marsh Stormwater Park and Wildlife Sanctuary…