Letters and Commentary to the Gabber Newspaper for the week of July 15.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Pinellas County and the FWC are monitoring new concentrations of red tide detected in water samples off county beaches; ‘minor’ fish kills reported.
Environmental reporter Nano Riley looks in to the world of coyotes – our urban landscape – and how we can all try to live together.
Pinellas County Sheriff’s deputies recovered the body of a missing boater on May 15, a day after his friend’s small vessel sank, stranding him and three others.
After a misstep with unsafe lights in in 2017, Treasure Island’s four-year quest to help guide sea turtles to the water is finally complete.
Find out how you can help protect adult and hatchling sea turtles as they nest on our beaches this summer.
Catch-and-release guidelines on snook, redfish and spotted seatrout are set to expire and the FWC is seeking public input on management efforts.
A drop in Florida temperature led to hundreds of fish deaths in Clam Bayou area over the weekend of March 20, according to the FWC.