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Wildlife is all around us

Coastal forests, pine rockland, beaches, wetlands, seagrass beds, and coral reefs support an abundance of diverse wildlife. Our sub/tropical climate allows an incredible range of species to live here, just outside your front door! We share our local landscapes with rare and threatened species like sea turtles, pillar coral, West Indian manatees, American crocodiles, and roseate spoonbills. These treasured taxa are part of wider landscape that is home to an abundance of thriving wild plants and animals, from lizards and birds to mushrooms and algae. 


Find and Identify Wildlife


Photo credit: Nic Brunk

Conservation Education: 
Activities for all Ages

Podcast: One Species at a Time

Biodiversity and Open Science
Biodiversity Articles
The Crowd and the Cloud Episodes

NatGeo Bioblitz Mission: Explore

Exploring Maps of Earth

Nature Hunt
Press Flowers

Build a Terrarium

Looking at Lawns

Nature Bingo
Make a Wreath
Go on a Bug Hunt
Drawing Nature's Colors
​Make a Tree Bird Feeder

Build a Food Web

Build a Food Chain

Predator Prey Drawing

Animal Classification

Plant Classification

Meet a Creature

Get to Know Nature Activity

Bee and Frog Observer Cards

Sea Turtle Observer Cards

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