Our mission has also driven us to endorse an upcoming item that will be found on the ballot of the upcoming general election. We encourage you to vote YES to continue funding our County’s Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) program.
Our first breeding season for the critically endangered Florida grasshopper sparrow has ended, and was wildly successful! A total of 47 birds were released or will be released into their natural range.
We’re celebrating four years since taking our Shuck and Share program in-house! Over those years, we’ve accomplished a lot as part of this program to collect oyster shell from local restaurants to be used in restoration projects.
This National Honey Bee Day, we’re taking a look inside the beehives at Brevard Zoo.
Five juvenile Florida grasshopper sparrows were sent into their natural range on June 22, contributing to the population of this critically endangered species.
A group recently gathered in Melbourne Beach to test out special technology being developed through our Turtle Tech initiative.
Our Perdido Key beach mice moved into a new home and welcomed some additional roommates! We closed their breeding season with 20 pups!
We wished juvenile green sea turtle Reptar well as we sent him back to the ocean on World Sea Turtle Day, June 16, 2022!