Things to Remember During South Florida Sea Turtle Nesting Season

Posted by: on March 19th, 2013

South Florida beaches are important nesting areas for sea turtles, and the sand dunes are home to many unique plants and animals. When visiting, help protect Florida’s sea turtles, other wildlife and the coastal habitats upon which they depend. The sea turtle nesting season in South Florida runs from March through October on the Atlantic […]


Sea Turtles of Florida

Posted by: on March 3rd, 2013

South Florida sea turtle nesting season is from March to October. It’s Here! do you know the five species of sea turtles found in Florida? Green Sea Turtle Average Life Span: 80+ years Size: Up to 5 feet Weight: Up to 700 lbs Protection Status: Endangered Fun Fact: Green turtle cannot pull its head into […]


FWC Changes Lionfish Regulations

Posted by: on August 15th, 2012

This following information is from Sun-Sentinel.com The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has made changes to enable divers to kill more lionfish. Harvesting the invasive fish no longer will require a fishing license when using certain gear and there is no recreational or commercial bag limit. The FWC is taking these actions to encourage […]

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Save South Florida Wildlife | You See The Difference

Posted by: on July 24th, 2012

Excellent campaign from www.Medasset.org

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NEW Wildlife Rescue Contact

Posted by: on July 8th, 2012

If you’re in northern broward county and find an injured bird, please bring it to the Wildlife Care Center in Lighthouse Point. Wildlife Care Center (Bird Center Drop Off) North Broward 2821 N.E. 45th St. Lighthouse Point, Fl 33064 Information has been added to the Wildlife¬†Rescue page.

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Saved a Sea Turtle Today!

Posted by: on July 1st, 2012

The weather was great today! The sun was shining and Lake Atlantic was smooth with an infinite level of visibility. Netalia and I planned on snorkeling the North Deerfield Beach Ledges today before 9 a.m. to avoid the lifeguards. From the ledges, we were going to venture northbound until we got to Turtle Reef. Around […]


South Florida Wildlife Rescue

Posted by: on June 9th, 2012

If you see an injured animal that needs professional attention, please call the care center which services that area. Broward County Sea Turtle Conservation Program- Sea Turtle Rescue Team This is the group that treated Squirt! (Saved a Sea Turtle¬†Today!) If you see dead, injured or sick sea turtles or hatchlings, call 954-328-0580 or 888-404-3922 […]