Smalltooth Sawfish

Scientists Fight to Save Smalltooth Sawfish

Environment, FishingEnvironment

Sawfish are the world’s most threatened marine fish, with all five species classified as endangeredRead More…

Florida Keys Superfan

Win a Florida Keys Superfan Coral Reef Restoration Eco-Adventure

For travelers seeking “voluntourism” opportunities to help sustain the continental United States’ only living coralRead More…

Elkhorn Coral

REEF Fest 2019 October 17-20 Key Largo

REEF Fest 2019 registration is now available! Book diving and snorkeling, register for events, and purchaseRead More…

What’s New in the Florida Keys for Fall 2019

The Florida Keys with community efforts to sustain precious natural resources through the Connect &Read More…

FKNMS Lionfish Removal Permits

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary encourages the safe removal of invasive lionfish from its watersRead More…

Lionfish: Menace to the Atlantic Basin

Lionfish, a brightly-colored, spiny fish that are not native to Florida, are taking over ourRead More…

Florida Keys Wild Bird Rehab Center Monthly Lecture Series

With native tropical flora of the Florida Keys being impacted by a growing population andRead More…

Bleaching Dive Gear May Stop Spread of Coral Disease

Diving, Environment, ReefsEnvironment

Cleaning scuba equipment between each dive could help slow down the rapid spread of CoralRead More…

Fishing Line Disposal – More than just Monofilament

Environment, FishingEnvironment

Fishing is a key component of the Florida lifestyle as well as the state’s economy.Read More…

Invasive Venomous Lionfish Killing Atlantic Reefs – Please Eat It

What do you do with an invasive fish, covered from head to fin with venomousRead More…

FWC Approves Status Changes for Monroe County Osprey

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved Species Conservation Measures and Permitting GuidelinesRead More…

Sixty Acres on Big Pine Key Targeted for Habitat Restoration

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Institute for Regional Conservation will begin aRead More…

Reel Remove Recycle – Don’t Leave Your Fishing Line Behind

Environment, FishingEnvironment

The Monofilament Recovery and Recycling Program (MRRP) is an innovative statewide project dedicated to reducingRead More…

Florida Keys Sandbar Gatherings on The Rise

Boating, EnvironmentEnvironment

Florida Keys Sandbar. Dropping anchor or tying off at shallow sandbars has, in the lastRead More…

Research Natural Area – Dry Tortugas National Park – Video

The Research Natural Area (RNA) was designated as an area of special protection within DryRead More…

Best Natural Sunscreen for Scuba – Snorkeling – Swimming in Florida Keys

Sunscreen is a necessity for most scuba divers, but not all sunblock is created equal.Read More…

Mangrove Black – White – Red – the Protector of Our Florida Keys Coastlines

Environment, PlantsEnvironment

The Mangrove is a shrub or small tree that grows in coastal saline or brackish water. The term isRead More…

Smartphone App Collects Data Help Save Florida Reefs

Environment, ReefsEnvironment

Wondering how you can help in the fight against the decline of corals? With aRead More…

Key West Faces Rising Seas With Plans For Resiliency

Environment, Key WestEnvironment

When it comes to sea level rise, Key West is pretty much as vulnerable asRead More…

Fish Pee – Number 1 Nutrient for Coral Reefs

Environment, ReefsEnvironment

“It’s kind of a funny thing to say that we would conserve for fish pee,”Read More…

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