Eugenie Clark, whose childhood rapture with fish in a New York City aquarium led to a life of scholarly adventure in the littorals and depths of the Seven Seas and to a global reputation as a marine biologist and expert on sharks, died Wednesday at her home in Sarasota, Florida. She was 92.
The Army Corps of Engineers has ordered a Lennar Homes subsidiary to pay a $30,000 administrative penalty for failing to rebuild and protect wetlands during construction of the Concord Station neighborhood in Land O'Lakes.
SATELLITE BEACH — Rescuers working late into the night freed 19 manatees stuck in a storm drain.
SATELLITE BEACH — Rescuers working late into the night freed 19 manatees that were stuck in a storm drain in central Florida.
PALM HARBOR — The female bald eagle was likely trying to land near some road kill when it collided with the car that broke its right wing, the vet says.
It turns out that not just roadrunners have problems with wily coyotes.
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Sandpipers wade into a section of the Stevenson Creek tidal estuary on Thursday in Clearwater while searching in the sand and mud for small invertebrates to pick out and eat. Different species of sandpipers have different lengths of bills, which enable different species to feed in the …
CECILIA, Ky. — Sandhill cranes have been migrating through Kentucky long before anyone settled in the state. The cranes stopped here for a few short weeks on their way to and from their nesting grounds in the Great Lakes region.
TALLAHASSEE — This month marks the height of hunting season at the majestic King Ranch in Texas, where some of Florida's top elected officials have visited, courtesy of U.S. Sugar.
Big-game hunters, gather up your ammo. Just two years after taking bears off the state's list of imperiled species, Florida wildlife commissioners agreed Wednesday that they want to bring back a bear-hunting season for the first time in more than 20 years.