Fantastic Birds of Cuba with Arturo Kirkconnell, Sr. presented at the November 16, 2020 Pelican Island Audubon Society general meeting via Zoom.
Learn about where Indian River County gets all its water in this booklet by Deborah Ecker.
Learn about the Black-Bellied Whistling-Duck and this photograph by Ellie Van Os.
FDEP wants to take over wetlands permitting, and its proposal is incomplete, full of uncertainty, and will create more chaos in our state when chaos is already rampant.
Read all the latest in the November 2020 issue of the Peligram.
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.