Audubon’s Fall/Winter Report on the State of the Everglades is now available for download!
The year’s tragic conditions in the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee estuaries exemplified the need for urgency in restoring the Everglades. Projects that allow more water to flow south will reduce the occurrence of toxic algae blooms and associated wildlife impacts.
Audubon recommended specific actions to respond to this environmental disaster and many have already been advanced by state and federal decision-makers. Your participation made a difference!
Take a moment to check out our latest report for a comprehensive and concise examination of these recent successes and other progress in the fight to restore the River of Grass.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Download this report to your iPad, Kindle, or other e-reader and learn about Florida’s wildlife while you enjoy this special time of year. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and our blog to get the latest Everglades news, information, and ways to help.
Have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday from the Audubon Florida Everglades Conservation Team!
P.S. Check out page 5 for the update on Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary’s Wood Storks!