We visit the L. Kirk Edwards Wildlife and Environmental Area with FWC's Peter Kleinhenz.
From tiny caterpillars to full grown adults, we observe the Black Swallowtail butterfly.
Adventures with striped newts in the Apalachicola National Forest.
We go into the forests and swamps of the St. Mark's Wildlife Refuge
Finding the connection between tupelo trees and the Apalachicola Bay.
We visit an animal that has been on exhibit at the Tallahassee Museum for decades.
We head to St. Joseph Peninsula, dubbed the snowy plover factory by biologists.
We watch two snowy plover chicks get banded at Deer Lake State Park.
Archeologists predict the location of an ancient village in the St. Marks Refuge.
Using molten metal, Dr. Walter Tschinkel takes us into the nests of local ants.
Archeologists excavate a site on the St. Marks Refuge.
Take a look at the viability of solar power for the city of Tallahassee.
Two sinkholes on Lake Miccosukee are exposed, a glimpse into the geology of our area.
Chris Thompson is preserving his Muscogee heritage through the art of shell carving.
At Bald Point, we kayak through everything that defines Florida's Forgotten Coast.
Citizen scientists see what butterflies are living in various Tallahassee locations.
We search for southern dusky salamanders in the Bradwell Bay Wilderness.
We search a steeped ravine for salamanders along the Apalachicola River.
Bruce Means looks for the Hillis's dwarf salamander, a species new to science.