From the Brevard Times – SeaWorld Releases Two Rescued Sea Turtles: SeaWorld Orlando’s Animal Rescue Team traveled to Canaveral National Seashore just northeast of Titusville, Florida, this morning to return two sea turtles that the Orlando, Florida theme park received back in February. The first turtle was a large 140-pound loggerhead rescued from Melbourne Beach, … Read more
From the Florida Current on 7/16/2012: Office Of Public Counsel Expert Says FPL’s Nuclear Project On “Runaway Course Of Its Own.” This is an update to Florida Politic post Poor Safety And High Costs At Florida’s Nuclear Plants: Stop The Madness… A nuclear energy consultant testifying on behalf of Public Counsel J. R. Kelly says … Read more
On Sunday my wife and I went to the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve on the east coast of Florida. It is one of our favorite places to go to relax and enjoy nature. The GTM Reserve is a year-round treat for the whole family. In the summer we enjoy the beaches and … Read more
For nearly a decade, the Florida Legislature, the nuclear industry, and Florida’s Public Service Commission have colluded to force electricity customers to pre-pay for new nuclear plants and repairs to plants that should be shuttered. But rising costs, public outrage, and the exposure of industry con-games may be putting an end to it all. Their … Read more
The recent Palm Beach Post article entitled “Worst TB outbreak in 20 years kept secret” featured a photo of a client at Jacksonville, Florida’s Clara White Mission. According to the article, it was in the soup kitchen of the mission where “a man with active, coughing TB was recently identified, leading to the discovery that … Read more
If you want to vote in the Florida Primary Election and/or the General Election and haven’t already registered, you better register soon. The registration deadline to vote in the Primary Election is coming up fast and the registration deadline to vote in the General Election follows. You will also need to know how to register … Read more
Recently, a distressed bald eagle checked into the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center in Tavernier. The eagle suffered from a genetic beak deformity that made it difficult to eat. The deformity causes the top part of the beak to become overgrown and not properly align with the bottom part. The deformity caused the eagle to … Read more
As Floridians begin seeing nitrate-generated slime on the waterways again this year, the slime in the Governor’s office continues to grow unabated. Despite throwing a crumb to environmentalists recently on Everglades protection, Governor Rick Scott and Florida’s Tea Party conspiracy theorists in Tallahassee continue to do nothing for the health and quality of Florida’s water … Read more
This blog featured Florida’s water woes and its impact on Keystone Heights, Florida area lakes. After receiving multiple inches of rain from Tropical Storms Beryl and Debby, many hoped it would end the crisis. Not so fast…read about it in the Florida Times-Union.
St. Johns County, Florida is reporting a 35% increase in mosquitoes throughout the past 2 weeks due to standing water. What are they doing about it? Read more at the St. Augustine Record.