Category Archives: Conservation

Fracking Ban Help Needed

From my friend, Ms. Karen: URGENT CALL IN: In the homestretch of session, House Majority Leader Rodrigues won’t let the fracking ban bill move forward. However, House Speaker Corcoran has the power to have it be heard in committee. CALL … Continue reading

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Innocent Bear Killed

Ignorance is bliss. I remember when I was 4, 5, and 6 years old and going to Disney World to see the princesses and to ride some of my favorite rides seemed like the greatest thing ever. Then I discovered … Continue reading

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Legislative Delegation

Last night I spoke at the Orange County Legislative Delegation. I asked the 3 state senators and 9 state representatives present to: 1- support Senator Negron’s plan to buy 60,000 acres south of Lake Okeechobee. This is not an encompassing … Continue reading

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Snow birds

Every winter I really look forward to seeing the many white Pelicans who winter in Florida from the north. They are Florida’s original snow birds!!

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Wonderful Florida

So often the lyrics from the song “What A Wonderful World” swirl over and over through my head as I witness Florida’s natural places. Here are a few pictures from a magnificent day yesterday that included seeing an American Bittern, … Continue reading

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Swamp Buggy Ride

Yesterday I went on a glorious 4 hour swamp buggy through prime Florida panther habitat. To put it mildly, it was unspeakably beautiful. We saw tracks from many species of animals and birds, including bears, coyotes, and at least one … Continue reading

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Loxahatchee NWR

Hi! I have not made a post in several months as my family has been traveling and of course school takes up a lot of time. In the past couple months we’ve visited Key West, Grand Canyon, Washington DC, Gettysburg, … Continue reading

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