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Blue hole in National Key Deer Refuge on Big Pine Key is a freshwater supply supporting Florida wildlife including birds, fish, reptiles and mammals.
National Key Deer Refuge on Big Pine Key protects the world's smallest white tail deer that's no larger than a mid-size dog, and just as friendly.
Key West National Wildlife Refuge was created to save wading birds from extinction. Today it's a wildlife preserve for birds, sea turtles, and fish.
Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge provides safe haven to over 250 species of bird and protects several endangered species of sea turtle.
Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge is a safe habitat for panther and other endangered animals and plants such as rare bromeliads and orchids.
Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge supports many critically endangered species, and provides an important breeding area for American crocodile.
National Wildlife Refuges play a vital role in wildlife conservation as they help protect and re-establish many species throughout the Florida Keys.
Sea turtles facts on 5 species in Florida Keys, nesting habits and tips on how to protect these endangered species.
Sea sponge, a prehistoric Florida Keys marine animal plays an integral role in coral reef health, but will it change the underwater face of nature?
Manatees, considered mermaids by sailors of old, thrill us today, and these facts provide insight into the dangers threatening the beloved sea cows.
Swimming with dolphins is an interactive Florida Keys vacation adventure, especially when vital dolphin facts and habits are understood.
Coral reef restoration is vital to saving the marine life, the economy, and the recreational and commercial viability of the Florida Keys.
The coral reef, a Florida Keys diving favorite, is threatened, but coral restoration efforts are helping the diverse, colorful ecosystem rebound.
Sea life in the Florida Keys is varied and unusual, but marine life protection is critical as endangered species numbers increase.
Key deer are a tiny, charming, protected species that is totally unique to the Florida Keys.