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Northern cardinal's color brightens winter

January 01, 2010 

Most gardens and woods look faded and empty in winter. We don't see as many animals as we do in summertime. The cold air makes animals seek warmth under leaves, logs or low-lying branches. However, one animal keeps busy and brightens nature during winter. The Northern cardinal is hard to miss flittering and flying around. He is bright red, so he stands out when perched on bare tree branches. 

Florida's FWC is looking to the future

January 01, 2010 

The FWC begins an era of new leadership in 2010.  

That coon dog'll hunt

January 01, 2010 

If you'd like to try coon huntin', besides having a good coon dog, you'll need a Florida hunting license. Residents pay just $17 for the year. Nonresidents have the choice of paying $46.50 for a 10-day license or $151.50 for 12 months.  

Adaptation and mitigation motivate wildlife managers

January 01, 2010 

Despite some of the drama that emerged during the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December, the leaders of the world's major polluters - Brazil, India, China, South Africa and the United States - agreed on a compromise with a nonbinding agreement. Some thought the agreement a good step; others were not so sure. 

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