Elizabeth Biro

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Green algae present in waters around Sanibel

As Southwest Florida continues to heal after Hurricane Ian, so do its waterways, but one area is experiencing something that may have you doing...
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CREW protected lands provide snapshot of old Florida, haven for wildlife

Lingering red tide, health alerts, and debris in Southwest Florida waterways may have you thinking twice before swimming, but there are other ways to...
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Citizen scientists helping track red tide on Sanibel

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission red tide map still shows medium to high concentrations around Sanibel and Pine Island Sound. Scientists are using...
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Herbert Hoover Dike rehabilitation project completed ahead of schedule, under budget

It's taken nearly two decades, but the Herbert Hoover Dike rehabilitation project is complete. The rehabilitation project started four presidents ago, in 2005. To the...
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Saving animals from extinction in Florida

From the ivory-billed woodpecker to the Carolina parakeet, countless animals are now extinct. FGCU's Billy Gunnels knows that's part of earth's history. "Some of these mass...
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Why researchers are studying SWFL mangroves after Hurricane Ian

Mangroves are protected wetland ecosystems. People cannot build on or within them as they do so much for us, the water, and animals. WINK News...
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Climate leaders come together to discuss the future of Southwest Florida

What's the future going to look like here in Florida? At the Southwest Florida Climate and Community Initiative Summit, environmental leaders, businesses, and politicians...
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Protecting the environment while rebuilding the Sanibel Causeway

Sanibel has always let it be known they are committed to keeping the barrier island a sanctuary where plants and animals thrive alongside people. When...
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Manatees on the move to warmer waters in SWFL

Visitors to Manatee Park got a special treat on Monday, watching the gentle giants move into the warmer waters in Southwest Florida. When the Gulf...
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The City of Cape Coral begins work to clean up canals after Ian

Many are still working to clean up after Ian, but imagine you had to clean up 400 miles of canals. That's what is happening...

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