Category Archives: Florida Wildlife

Funny Gator Stories

Can there be such a thing as a funny gator story? Well, yes. Of course. An older Floridian, Ray, who spent part of his childhood growing up in Saint Augustine tells the story of his grandmother’s front porch and “George.” … Continue reading

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Fixing the Problem

The coverage of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is filling all the media outlets. Many are pointing the blame finger all around and naming names and, for the most part, they are unaware of what they are … Continue reading

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The End?

Everyone contemplates The End, but no one is really able to actually put it into real words or emotions. After all, for most of us, it is too scary to think about. There’s no way to really predict when, or … Continue reading

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Catastrophes

Over the last four decades, Florida has suffered many catastrophes – category 5 hurricanes, such as Andrew in 1992; F5 tornadoes, spawned from hurricanes as well as ordinary thunderstorms; the destruction of the waters and land caused by the Army … Continue reading

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Gators, Bobcats, and Snakes – Oh my!

Last year, three women died in the state of Florida by alligators.  Each year, a number of people move to Florida and get a lot more than they bargained for.  If you are ignorant about the alligator, it might be … Continue reading

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