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    Trumpet pitcher plants. Photo © Atlanta Botanical Garden, used with permission. Seeps and springs and pitcher plants June 17, 2019 | 4 minute read Long ago, before Florida’s Panhandle was ditched, drained, paved and primed for development, there existed a rich tapestry of bogs, dunes, lakes and forests alongside the Gulf of Mexico. Bulldozers all but wiped out the rare coastal habitat. Pockets, though, remain. Pockets of pitcher plants and pine lilies; of seepage slopes and wet prairies; of wiregrass and sedges; and of butterflies and bees.  Learn more...

  • A woman dressed in warm clothes in a field with tall grass looks through binoculars.
    Service biologist Sue Cameron searches for birds. Photo by Gary Peeples, USFWS.

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    June 17, 2019 | 2 minute read

    Together, we will connect lands and waters to sustain fish, wildlife and plants by being visionary leaders, bold innovators and trusted partners, working with and for people.  Learn more...

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