We go to Bald Point to talk to Susan Cerulean about her new book, a reflection on her father’s dementia, and on the loss of shorebirds and their habitat.
Plants- From Wildflowers to Longleaf PinePollinators and GardeningThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
On a quarter-mile stretch of power line cut at Elinor Klapp-Phipps Park, we see over thirty pollinator species, including the rare golden-banded skipper.
Wildlife in North Florida- Critters Big and Small
In the wake of Black Birders Week, Dara Wilson reflects on falling in love with nature in Central America, and her struggles and successes in Tallahassee.
EcoAdventuresLongleaf Pine & Fire EcologyPlants- From Wildflowers to Longleaf PineRaising Kids with Nature
We hike the Munson Sandhills in late March, finding early spring wildflowers in bloom, including two lupine species and new green blueberries.
Apalachicola River and BayEcoAdventuresRaising Kids with Nature
Our family hikes the Garden of Eden Trail through steephead ravines, a recently burned longleaf forest, and up to Florida’s highest river bluff.
Apalachicola River and BayLongleaf Pine & Fire EcologyWildlife in North Florida- Critters Big and Small
We join The Nature Conservancy as they search for eastern indigo snakes released at the Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve.
Along the CoastApalachicola River and Bay
I hate how impressive the wreckage looks. Some of these stumps are visually fascinating; extraterrestrial…
Plants- From Wildflowers to Longleaf PinePollinators and Gardening
The team at the UF/ IFAS Extension office show us how to create a pond, and fill it with native aquatic plants, to attract wildlife to our yards.
Floridan Aquifer: Springs, Sinks, and MoreSwamps and other WetlandsWildlife in North Florida- Critters Big and Small
We explore what the striped newt has to tell us about drought and groundwater in Tallahassee, and meet some of the amazing animals found in its wetlands.
Apalachicola River and BayLongleaf Pine & Fire Ecology
Torreya State Park and The Nature Conservancy plant over 1.6 million longleaf pine in an effort to restore park land to fire dependent sandhill habitat.