» Photo via @AndrewWestPhoto / Fort Myers News-Press
» Rising Seas: Fortifying Florida's energy grid is a priority as climate change creates water issues that engulf growing coastal populations. (Via GateHouse Florida)
» Coming in The Fray: When is a tree house no longer a tree house? The Supreme Court might decide. Plus: A Florida marine biologist invents a better way to drink tea.
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» Captive breeding may be the last chance to save Florida's grasshopper sparrow, North America's most endangered bird. (Via Audubon)
» "Blue Planet II" by Sir David Attenborough, which debuted on the BBC Oct. 29, may not be the last conservation film series for the 91-year-old naturalist. "I see no reason whatsoever why I can’t live past 100. Earth has enough wonders to make more than three Planet Earth series."
» When Gulf Coast Floridians reflect on Hurricane Irma, they will forever remember "The Wobble." How the slightest shift affected the monster storm's path, preventing coastal communities from a total wipeout. (Tampa Bay Times)
» 'Water management is killing us' (Florida Weekly)
» Monster mosquitoes vs. Zika (Tampa Bay Times)
» NOAA: 10-16 tropical storms (Associated Press)
» Inside an "otherworldly" Cuba (Orlando Sentinel)
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