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Four Signs of Restoration Progress Across Four Corners of the Everglades

Jane Graham | Posted 04.06.2014 | Miami
Jane Graham

Restoration is a slog through a swamp of bureaucracy, a quagmire of stakeholders with different agendas, and a maze of economic and political constraints. But it must be done.

Wading Bird Nests Plummet

Sun Sentinel | ANDY REID | Posted 02.22.2013 | Miami

South Florida's wading bird population suffered during 2012, with nesting on the decline due to the return of too much water too fast for herons, Wood...

Fixing the Everglades: Looking for Wisdom in An Artificial Swamp

Joseph B. Treaster | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Joseph B. Treaster

Researchers have designed open-air laboratories that are big enough for birds and fish to come in and react to what is going on. They become part of the experiment.

Everglades Wood Storks Boom In Numbers Unseen Since 1930s

McClatchy | Curtis Morgan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green

The wood stork, an ungainly duckling among the Everglades' elegant wading birds, has been breeding in numbers unseen in decades....