The urban end of Biscayne Bay that managed to survive decades of causeways and jet skis and dredging, where acres of seagrass grew in water that remained gin clear despite all the pumping and dumping from its coastal neighbors, is sick. Since 2012, more than half the meadow has died, causing great alarm to those who are keeping a close eye on it.
Sick seagrass in Tuttle Basin
Why do bees buzz?
Al Gore on Miami’s future
A mission to save the queen conch
Lobster mini-season kicks off in Miami
Florida's spiny lobster mini-season
Beloved manatee Snooty celebrates 69th birthday
Snooty named oldest manatee in captivity
Shark shocks North Carolina beachgoers after fisherman bitten
Great White shark caught and released off Hilton Head, South Carolina
Tips for lionfish removal
Everglades dealing with higher water levels than usual
Former Vice President Al Gore visited Miami this week to talk to audiences after a screening of the follow-up to his Oscar-winning documentary, ‘An Inconvenient Truth.’ The sequel, ‘An Inconveniet Sequel: Truth to Power,’ opens nationwide this weekend.
A team of researchers from Chicago's Shedd Aquarium set sail from Miami this month on a research effort with the Bahamian government to find better ways to protect and manage the nation's dwindling conchs.
A crowd gathered around a tiger shark at Wrightsville Beach on June 29, after a fisherman was bitten at the pier. Bryan Steady Davis told Storyful that the fisherman was trying to get the shark from the line. Davis noted that while there was a lot of blood, the injury did not look serious.
Fishermen with Outcast Sport Fishing tagged and released their fifth great white shark of the season on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017. Owner Chip Michalove said he works with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy to equip the sharks with the tags so the group can study their movements.The animals are offshore near Hilton Head through March.
Do you want to harvest lionfish but don't know where to start? The experts in this video demonstrate how to safely remove this invasive fish via spearfishing without causing damage to the natural habitat.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commissioner Ron Bergeron took reporters on an airboat tour on Thursday, June 29, 2017, to draw attention to high water in the central Everglades. Water managers have begun daily inspections of a levee protecting Bro
Have you ever wondered where the lobster on your plate came from? This video breaks down the complex life cycle of a Caribbean spiny lobster and the journey many lobsters take through the Caribbean to the Florida Keys.
The Florida League of Women Voters and a group called Florida Solar United Neighborhoods announced the first two solar co-ops in Miami-Dade. They hope to establish six in the county and reach 350 homeowners.