We kayak to several Wacissa River springs an unseasonably warm January Day. Reptiles were out in full force, and it wasn’t a bad day for a swim.
Apalachicola River and BayArchaeology, Paleontology, History, and Indigenous CulturesEcoAdventuresKayak and Canoe AdventuresRivers and Streams
A Geologist’s View of the Apalachicola River | Shark Fossils and Rocks
The upper Apalachicola River has geology like no other in Florida. Geologist Harley Means reads rocks and finds fossils in Means Creek and on Alum Bluff.
EcoAdventuresLongleaf Pine & Fire EcologyRaising Kids with NatureSwamps and other Wetlands
Remote Footprints goes deep into the Bradwell Bay Wilderness
We head deep into the Apalachicola National Forest in search of the most remote spot in Florida’s Big Bend. It’s part of one family’s years long mission.
EcoAdventuresPollinators and GardeningWildlife in North Florida- Critters Big and Small
Monarch Tagging at the St. Marks Refuge | Citizen Science at Sunrise
Every fall, volunteers tag monarch butterflies at the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge. Their work adds to our knowledge of monarch migration.