Tuesday, August 3, 2021
Chloe Thompson is a ninth grader at SAIL High School in Tallahassee. Chloe is our WFSU Ecology intern for the spring of 2021, and she is tasked with helping Apalachee Audubon in their many projects at Lake Elberta. One...
The newly restored Coca-Cola mural on the side of the Padgett building in Quincy started WFSU Public Media's Mike Plummer wondering about the history behind the artwork. This story is where new Coke and old Coke meet at...
WFSU Education's Haley Babcock and Muscogee Tribe of Florida's Tasked Storyteller Misty Penton discuss the work and collaboration that went into creating WFSU's first ever virtual museum, which combines materials from the PBS Kids Show Molly of Denali and...
WFSU's Mike Plummer shows us the fateful story of a World War II era B-17 bomber that crashed at Saint Marks on a summer day in 1944. The plane went down carrying a crew of ten men...only one airman...
In 2019, WFSU discovered a special species of Mistletoe in the trees outside our building. It's Latin name is Phoradendron leucarpum, or oak mistletoe (also known as American mistletoe). WFSU's Rob Diaz de Villegas explores why it is considered...
COVID-19 has cancelled a lot of traditions this year, but you can still see the holiday lights at Dorothy Oven Park in Tallahassee from the safety of your own car. We look at some of the changes made to...
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. It’s a little after 6:00 am, and all I can see...
To the tune of Deck the Halls, check out just a few of the many neighborhoods in Tallahassee who are lighting up their community with bright holiday lights.
The Tallahassee Museum’s 2017 red wolf pack could be getting much larger. But, like many human families, it’ll be growing from across a distance. Click here to read the full story about the...
In our first Age of Nature Segment, we touched upon what makes the Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines a top biodiversity hotspot. And we got a little taste of some of the rare plants found here. Today, we’ll...