A rare Cape Sable seaside sparrow sings from a blooming stalk of sawgrass in a marle prairie just east of Shark River Slough in Everglades National Park in 1996. Fewer than 300 of the endangered sparrows survive.
A rare Cape Sable seaside sparrow sings from a blooming stalk of sawgrass in a marle prairie just east of Shark River Slough in Everglades National Park in 1996. Fewer than 300 of the endangered sparrows survive. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff
A rare Cape Sable seaside sparrow sings from a blooming stalk of sawgrass in a marle prairie just east of Shark River Slough in Everglades National Park in 1996. Fewer than 300 of the endangered sparrows survive. Tim Chapman Miami Herald Staff

Cape Sable Sparrow may be headed back to court

February 05, 2015 06:19 PM

More Videos

  • City, court force Miami Shores residents to remove vegetable garden from front yard

    Tom Carroll and Heroine Ricketts in their front yard in Miami Shores on Wednesday, December 13, 2017. The couple had to dig up their large vegetable garden in their front lawn after the Village of Miami Shores said their edible plants were not allowed in the front lawn.