Florida Wildlife With Ali: Coyotes

By Ali Dunstan One of the most talked about, feared and misunderstood animals, encountered in all 67 counties of Florida, is the coyote. Resembling a...

Citizen Effort Needed To Preserve Our North American Bird Population

By Sandy Townsend If you’ve been seeing fewer birds in the past few decades, you’re right. There’s a reason, and it’s not a good one. ...

Year In Review—Updates On The Top Stories From 2019: Local Resident...

After months of effort, Crystal Hook has received a service dog of her own named Valorie. After switching between service dog organizations, mother Gerri...

Year In Review—Updates On The Top Stories From 2019: The Florida...

By Preston Rudie The Florida Aquarium’s Sea Turtle Rehab, which opened early in 2019 in Apollo Beach, has been busy doing what it was designed...

Canine Cabana Adds Group Training Classes To Luxury Boarding Facility

Pet owners Jeremy and Carly Brook knew they needed dog training classes to help them learn to communicate with their 8-month-old, 85-pound cane corso...

Florida Wildlife With Ali: Manatees

By Ali Dunstan The Florida manatee, a majestic sight to see, is one of our most treasured yet threatened species in North America. It is...

A Kitten Place, Rescue & Foster Program, Where No Cat Is...

By Sean Crumpacker Michelle Bass and Alicia Pollock, co-founders of A Kitten Place, were involved in the feline rescue business even before deciding to start...

Ex-Circus Tigers From Guatemala Find New Home At Big Cat Rescue

Saved from a circus in Guatemala by Animal Defenders International (ADI), Bengal tigers Max, Simba and Kimba arrived at their forever home Big Cat...

Two Sea Turtles Released From Florida Aquarium Apollo Beach Rehab Center

The Florida Aquarium’s Animal Response Team, supported by Florida Blue, successfully released two green sea turtles back into the Atlantic Ocean at Matanzas Inlet. ...

Keep Your Eyes Out For Ground-Dwelling Burrowing Owls For Project Perch

By Sandy Townsend Have you seen owls that live on the ground instead of trees? If so, Tampa Audubon Society wants to know. Tampa Audubon...