View giraffes, rhinos, cheetahs, and more at the Saturday Safari at White Oak Plantation
How much could be done if we pitched in two hours to clean the beaches of July 4th debris?
Venomous Florida snakes can be deadly, and learning more about snakes will indeed save lives… theirs, and possibly yours.
Nassau County Extension Agent and Master Gardeners offer several FREE (usually) presentations on a variety of outdoor and landscape topics.
Six Venomous snakes, all preferring to never have to deal with a human, yet reality is that we all occupy this planet in encroaching proximity.
Lights at the Dolphin Ave and Main Beach Parking lots will be improved to prevent sea turtle disorientation. City receives up to $12K from grant programs.
Would you like to be a birder and know more about the many species of Florida birds that live on or visit Amelia Island?
Anyone in the world with internet access can participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count!
Three rehabilitated green sea turtles will be released into their native Florida waters by the staff of the Georgia Sea Turtle Center.
This safari is ideal for a unique dinner experience, or if you are searching for that perfect zebra picture.
The Indian Rhino, is considered to have a vulnerable status in the wild with a population of approximately 2,500 remaining.
Mice can get into your food and can contaminate it with their droppings, or chew on electrical cords leaving wires exposed.
Florida’s beaches account for almost 90% of all sea turtle nesting in America; be informed about what you can do to help protect them.
Appreciation for the Code Enforcement Officer as she goes around to alert people on the beach about turtle lights
The first turtle nest of the season was spotted this morning in front of the Ritz Carlton Amelia Island.