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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR
As the Natural Resources Agent for UF/IFAS Pinellas County Extension, I work on educational programming related to natural resources and the environment.
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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR Jun 20
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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR Jun 20
Register today for our next webinar on of Central Florida! 🦆
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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR Jun 20
Almost walked into this giant orb weaver web…
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MyFWC Jun 18
Ospreys, also known as "fish hawks," are expert anglers that like to hover above the water, locate their prey and then swoop down for the capture with talons extended.
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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR Jun 18
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Florida Sea Grant Jun 14
Dolphins, sea turtles and whales get an unfair advantage in the media. But frankly, we’re tired of hearing about the “popular kids” of the sea. In honor of here are 10 beautiful marine organisms that just don't get enough love
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Tampa Bay Water Jun 14
Tap water is safe, high-quality and better for the environment. Take the quiz to ! 🚰
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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR Jun 14
Love all of the going on in County and 😍 Very excited to serve on the panel for at their upcoming film screening of STRAWS 🥤this Monday in Seminole
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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR Jun 14
Great stuff at the Agency on Bay Management meeting this morning! Special thanks to Dave Porter with for his great presentation, for sharing their lateral line rebate program and to for their awesome volunteer efforts on 🤓
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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR Jun 13
If you missed today's , you can check out the recording of "Shorebirds and More Birds!" now on our YouTube playlist via
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Polk Extension: NR Jun 13
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Polk Extension: NR Jun 13
Coming up next on our about Florida's shorebirds, Gulls, Terns, and Skimmers! :
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Polk Extension: NR Jun 13
The tiny sanderling has a stout black bill and is seen in non-breeding colors of light grey above and white underneath. They have black legs and are often "chasing waves" probing for food. :
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Polk Extension: NR Jun 13
Want to learn how to identify four different species of sandpipers? Tune into now! Coming up next: Spotted Sandpiper, Willet, Ruddy Turnstone, and the Sanderling. :
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Polk Extension: NR Jun 13
The Semipalmated Plover is a small shorebird found year-round on Florida beaches and will migrate through the entire peninsula. They have a round head, stubby bill, and are darker in color thanthe Piping Plover. :
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Polk Extension: NR Jun 13
? The American young are precocial, meaning when they hatch and they are up and running. They do not stay nest-bound like some other birds.
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Polk Extension: NR Jun 13
The American oystercatcher is found year-round on many Florida beaches. It can be identified by its bright red bill (adult) and yellow eye. Black skimmers are similar, but have longer, slender bodies and black eyes. :
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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR Jun 12
Exploring Environmental Education Curriculum Options (ECO) Teacher Training Workshop. Last week in July. Don't miss out!
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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR Jun 12
It's not too late to register for tomorrow's on Florida's Shorebirds 🏖️🕊️ You can tune in during your lunch break 😋🍽️RSVP online at
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UF/IFAS Pinellas NR Jun 12
Interested to learn more about Florida's resources? 💧🌊I'm currently finalizing plans for my Florida Waters Stewardship Program that will kick off in late August. Learn more and complete an interest form online at:
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