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Jenny Staletovich - Environment reporter for WLRN, South Florida's NPR station.

Environment reporter for WLRN, South Florida's NPR station.

Jenny Staletovich is an environment reporter for WLRN, South Florida's NPR station. She covered the environment, climate change and hurricanes for the Miami Herald for five years and previously freelanced for the paper. She worked at the Palm Beach Post from 1989 to 2000, covering crime, government and general assignment stories.

  1. Sea rise is pushing inland and amplifying the threats from hurricanes, wiping out one of the rarest forests on the planet in the Florida Keys.
  2. Two rare reddish egrets on Florida's Gulf Coast.
  3. Florida's stone crab season dried up after Thanksgiving, possibly because the crabs moved offshore during Hurricane Irma. Fishermen hope this weekend's cold front will churn up waters again and bring crabs back out. [Marsha Halper | Miami Herald]
  4. A snake hunter who holds the Florida record for the largest Burmese python ever captured got another trophy over the weekend when he snagged a 17-footer. [Photo from Twitter]
  5. Debris left behind by Hurricane Irma still remains scattered everywhere in a neighborhood called "The Avenues" in Big Pine Key, Florida on Thursday, September 29, 2017. This was one of the worst hit areas in the Florida Keys, with several homes that were completely destroyed by the hurricane.
  6. EVE EDELHEIT   |   Times Debris left behind by Hurricane Irma still remains scattered everywhere in a neighborhood called "The Avenues" in Big Pine Key, Florida on Thursday, September 29, 2017. This was one of the worst hit areas in the Florida Keys, with several homes that were completely destroyed by the hurricane.
  7. Tropical Storm Maria has formed in the Atlantic, according to the National Weather Service.
  8. Aug. 31, 2017• Local Weather
  9. Tropical Storm Gert, which formed on Sunday off the coast of Florida, poses no threat to land as it moves away from the East Coast. [TBO.com]
  10. Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay and his son Jack, far right, joined South Florida Water Management District python hunter Kyle Penniston on a recent outing in western Miami-Dade County that bagged three snakes. [South Florida Water Management District]
  11. In 2011, Hurricane Irene brushed the coast of Florida. University of Miami atmospheric scientists have for the first time measured gravity waves inside hurricanes, which could provide a new way to monitor the intensity of powerful storms. [NOAA via AP]
  12. A new study by the Natural Resources Defense Council found that more than 7.5 million Floridians were exposed to unsafe drinking water in 2015. [National Resources Defense Council]
  13. A diver explores coral in John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Scientists say the sea floor in parts of the region has eroded over the last eight decades. (Miami Herald)
  14. Sep. 29, 2014• Archive
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