South Florida National Parks Reopen, including Shark Valley and Gulf Coast at Everglades National...

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Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities, the National Park Service (NPS) in South...

The World’s Biggest Reef Restoration Event Goes Virtual, and Everyone’s Invited

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Every June, in line with World Oceans Day, Coral Restoration Foundation (CRF) in Tavernier hosts the world’s largest coral restoration...

Experts predict 8 to 19 named hurricanes this season

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Hurricane forecasters work year-round, attempting to predict what Mother Nature will do. They take into account wind patterns, water temperatures and other data. Colorado State University hurricane...

STORM POWER

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In nine hours, Hurricane Dorian’s peak winds increased from 150 mph (130 knots) to 185 mph (160 knots). It was a rate of intensification that’s never been...

Rainy Season and Termite Swarms

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With the start of rainy season upon us, it also means residents will begin to see termite swarms, specifically West Indian drywood termites (Cryptotermes brevis)....

State versus feds – Wildlife board questions parts of sanctuary plan

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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission board, appointed by the governor and chaired by Key West businessman Robert Spottswood, recently submitted its response to...

FWC Busts Locals in Dry Tortugas with 728 pounds of illegal catch

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On May 4, 2020, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) Division of Law Enforcement documented a commercial fishing vessel ” Twister” from Big Pine...

FROM BONE DRY TO VERY SOGGY

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Turn off the sprinklers.  Through tomorrow, the Keys will continue to see more rain as a system moves from west to east across the Keys headed for the...

Community Mourns a Shooting Star, Gone Too Soon

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In the early morning hours of May 6, Pascal Weisberger and his dad, Ari Poholek, woke up early to watch a meteor shower from their home in...

MarineLab Offers Summer Camp for Monroe County kids in June

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With kids coming out of quarantine and itching to get hands-on with learning again, parents are wondering what options will be available this summer. MarineLab has a...