People don’t often think of Florida when they think of winter, but a lot that happens in the natural world. There are birds migrating, leaves falling, animals finding mates, and much more! In this episode, we explore the exciting world of winter in Florida.
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- Wildlife Happenings in Florida (by month) – Florida Wildlife Extension at UF/IFAS (ufl.edu)
- The Science of Fall colors – Science of Fall Colors | US Forest Service (usda.gov)
- Florida Climate Center – https://climatecenter.fsu.edu/products-services/data/statewide-averages/precipitation
- Canadian Geese – They’re in parts of Florida! Check out this range map from Cornell: https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Canada_Goose/maps-range
How You Can Help:
- Get outside and appreciate Florida winters. find a local Audubon Chapter near you: Audubon Near You | Audubon
- Celebrate Florida Arbor Day!
- Consider planting a tree: https://gardeningsolutions.ifas.ufl.edu/care/planting/planting-and-establishing-trees.html
- Support local community/urban forestry efforts
- Let city/county staff and elected officials know you value trees in your community
- Support local and migratory species with food, water and shelter: https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/publication/UW175
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