WFSU Ecology Producer Rob Diaz de Villegas catches the sunrise with Don Morrow, a man who spends many mornings counting the shorebirds along the Gulf of Mexico. Originally Posted December 17, 2020 It’s a...
Originally Posted May 20, 2021 The cottages at Lake Ella are one of the capital city’s most recognizable landmarks.  The story behind them is also the story of a gentleman named Gilbert Chandler...
The key to getting women interested in pursuing STEM Careers is to reach them when they are young. The summer camp program called Scigirls does just that. Begun back in 2006 by...
A Message from Mark This story came to us from loyal and alert viewer Mark.  Mark is somewhat “well known”, so I am withholding his last name so that...
The pillowcases are writhing. Everyone has been handed one, and some are moving more than others. Large scales show through the thin fabric, and in at least one pillowcase, a head is seeking a way out. It...
It took the death of an oak for me to start raising gulf fritillaries. My yard is small and much of it is paved, so I have limited garden space. I had been...
Just over a year after it dried down, I visit Lake Jackson and find it holding water- for now. Dr. Tom Sawicki is netting the lake edge, or what has recently become the...
The first time I meet Chris Omni, we take off our shoes and walk barefoot in Governor’s Park. It’s an exercise in mindfulness in nature. Without shoes, we walk more slowly and take...
Heading out on an Ecoadventure “Whoa, Mr. Rob!” shouts Olivia, “there are some of those carnivorous plants!” Upon closer inspection, the reddish splotches by our feet are sticky little pink...
Five decades of ballet The Tallahassee Ballet Kicked off it's 50th season with An Evening of Music and Dance Performing Sounds of Brazil. (Credit: Tallahassee Ballet's Website.)