For Florida's flim-flamers, environment takes the hit

For Florida's flim-flamers, environment takes the hit

By JOHN HOWELL The Daily Fray
April 14, 2016 12:00 pm

That email objecting to Florida’s bear hunt? Worthless. Those signatures that put a solar energy policy on November’s ballot? Shady. The effort by lawmakers to broaden medical marijuana use? Token. And what about that tasty grouper sandwich? Bogus. MORE-»
Underwater fashion: A striking trend in professional photography, Florida style

Underwater fashion: A striking trend in professional photography, Florida style

THE DAILY FRAY
March 1, 2016 11:52 am

A Mermaid's Tale by photographer Kim Porter offers a new look into an emerging underwater fashion trend, especially in South Florida. Clients are lining up in mermaid costumes, for sure, but also are showing off street styles, according to Fort Lauderdale's Porter. MORE-»
FWC offers training sessions for potential python hunters

FWC offers training sessions for potential python hunters

THE DAILY FRAY
August 20, 2015 8:19 am

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is offering 56 in-person training sessions for the upcoming Python Challenge, which attracted more than 1,600 hunters from around the world in 2013. MORE-»
At Three Sisters Springs, a big brother intervention | Video

At Three Sisters Springs, a big brother intervention | Video

THE DAILY FRAY
August 5, 2015 9:17 pm

The easy days of swimming with the manatees at Three Sisters Spring in Citrus County are ending under a proposal that was unveiled Wednesday by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The public has until Sept. 4 to comment on new regulations that are designed to protect the endangered marine mammals from human harassment or injury, the Tampa Bay Times reported. MORE-»
Diablotin: A new chapter for black-capped petrel | Video

Diablotin: A new chapter for black-capped petrel | Video

THE DAILY FRAY
August 5, 2015 8:39 pm

The black-capped petrel, a prolific nocturnal seafarer and among the world's rarest birds, was recently rediscovered in Dominica. A film, "Save the Devil," highlights struggles faced by petrels and people who share habitat in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. MORE-»
Phillippi Creek and the Great American Cleanup

Phillippi Creek and the Great American Cleanup

THE DAILY FRAY
March 21, 2015 4:26 pm

Phillippi Creek bisects Sarasota's wide residential midsection and empties into the Sarasota Bay Estuarine System at Siesta Key. Last year volunteers fished out 600 pounds of trash, "including a TV, fishing line and lures, and a bizarre assortment of garbage," volunteer Andy Mele said. MORE-»

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