Deep-Sea Mining Demystified – ONLINE

12/9/2021 - Determining the future of deep-sea mining has become a pressing issue for global society. What we do in the watery depths has direct implications for climate change, technology, marine life, and the financial autonomy of some island nations. If you’ve heard a little buzz about the topic but aren’t clear… SEE MORE

Holiday with the Cranes on Galveston Island

12/11/2021 - 12/12/2021 - We’re excited to report that Sandhill Cranes have begun arriving on the Island in small flocks. Soon we’ll have hundreds of these elegant birds wintering with us, as they take advantage of our milder climate and plentiful food resources. To celebrate the  arrival of these 3-4 foot tall, red-capped visitors,… SEE MORE

Contribute Your Wildlife Observations – ONLINE

4/20/2021 - You don't need to be a biologist to help gather meaningful data. There are many ways you can submit your everyday observations about fish and wildlife from across the state. Through citizen science projects MDIFW biologists rely on community participation to help collect large amounts of data about fish, birds,… SEE MORE
Celebrate a day dedicated to promoting awareness and preserving our coral reefs.

4HOPE Online Event Celebrating Florida’s Coral Reefs

1/21/2021 - The 4HOPE Online Event features presentations and panel discussions with acclaimed scientists, environmentalists, Special Operations Veterans, policy makers, corporate leaders and concerned citizens. Segment 1 Preservation Policy – NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program & Florida Department of Environmental Protection Segment 2 Restoration Science – University of Miami Rosenstiel School, Rescue a Reef… SEE MORE