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Sites for Research 4th Grade

Here is a list of sites for Threatened and Endangered Species in Florida:

The More-to-Do Zoo | Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo

Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo is a globally recognized, accredited zoological society and one of the more popular tourist destinations in Tampa, Florida. We offer over one million annual visitors the chance to learn about 1,300 animals in a way that's exciting, interactive and fun.

Inventory of Threatened and Endangered Species in Everglades National Park - Everglades National Park (U.S. National ...

Threatened: A species that-following a formal public review- is determined to be very likely to become endangered in the near future unless the species or its habitat is fully protected and managed for its survival

Florida's Federally Listed Plant Species / Florida Statewide Endangered and Threatened Plant Conservation Program / F...

Return to Florida Statewide Endangered and Threatened Plant Conservation Program

NSIS: Florida's Protected Species

Florida wildlife -- protected species

Sea turtles set new nesting records in Florida, Georgia

SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - Wildlife biologist Doug Hoffman and his two interns kept busy this summer finding, cataloging and protecting a whopping 570 nests that giant loggerhead sea turtles had filled with eggs along the unspoiled beaches of Cumberland Island.

Florida Ecosystems & their Endangered Animals: Wildlife Matters by Nature Wise

Discover Florida's extraordinary ecosystems and the species that live in them. Pine flatwoods, hardwood hammock, scrub and coastal strand ecosystems are just some of the habitats special to Florida and the Southeast.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Unprecedented Collaboration Between Service and Partners Secures Greater Sage-Grouse Future. Species will not be Listed Under ESA Thanks to one of the largest conservation efforts in U.S. history, the Service has concluded that the greater sage-grouse does not require protection under the Endangered Species Act.