Opponents worry the state plan will speed up the loss of wetlands in a state increasingly threatened by sea rise and worsening hurricanes.
Unbelievable. Why is Port St. Lucie going after a University of Florida master gardener, Diane Goldberg, whose expertise and leadership has educated the community and encouraged native plants?
Ospreys use plant material to build their huge nests! Osprey © Don Rhodes by Juanita Baker, Ph.D., Birds Need Plants Photo Contest Did you know, Ospreys are found around the world on every continent but Antarctica! They breed from Alaska…
Many of our natives plants are beautiful and enrich our quality of life. Plants are critical in our ecosystems by providing food (fruits & vegetables), climate-change reduction through carbon absorption, and they clean the water we drink and air we breathe. Because of our changing climate, and increasing development of houses, and roads, many plants are going extinct.
Read the October 2020 Peligram.
Doug Tallamy focuses on birds and native plants. He is the author of Bringing Nature Home and Nature's Best Hope.
Sign up for an Egret Marsh Beginner Birding Walk.
Pelican Island Audubon is looking to hire an Environmental Educator for its Audubon Advocate after-school program.
The die-off is “unprecedented,” says Martha Desmond, an avian ecologist at New Mexico State University (NMSU) in Las Cruces, who is leading the research team documenting the event. She estimates that hundreds of thousands and possibly even up to a million birds have died across at least five U.S. states and in four Mexican states.
Hosted by Juanita Baker, author of "Florida Birds Exposed", this Zoom webinar from September 10, 2020 features Julian Grudens and Will Johnson describing strategies for observing bird migration in Indian River County, Florida.