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A married couple buys the swamp behind their house to manage it as a preserve. Among the ecological treasures here is a wood stork rookery.
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We watch seasonal change in two Tallahassee locations, Lake Elberta (an urban park) and in the Munson Sandhills region of the Apalachicola National Forest.
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The City Nature Challenge is a competition, but also a way for us to explore the biodiversity of the Tallahassee area. What did we all see?
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Adopt an Ephemeral Wetland is citizen science focused on amphibians. But participants will also learn about seasonality and the forest around wetlands.
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In the Munson Sandhills, citizen scientists are monitoring the rare frosted elfin butterfly. This insect needs fire to survive- at the right time of year.
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We have one hour on FAMU's campus to observe as much wildlife as we can using iNaturalist. Our adventure leads us into a forest of invasive species.
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To make Lake Elberta a better bird habitat, Apalachee Audubon is enhancing plant life here. What lessons can we take when creating our pollinator habitats?
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Lake Elberta attracts a wealth of birds, from wood storks to migratory ducks and birds. Apalachee Audubon is enhancing this habitat further.
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We get to know iNaturalist at L. Kirk Edwards WEA, a little known preserve in Tallahassee. Here, wet and dry habitats that teem with plant and animal life.
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Two releases of striped newts into ephemeral wetlands in the Apalachicola National Forest show how this is an amphibian forged by fire.
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