Portraits of the conservation professionals and volunteers working to understand and protect the lands, waters, and life in the headwaters of the Florida Everglades.
In the field
Photo stories of science and conservation that highlight work happening with ecological research, endangered species, land management, and conservation on public and private lands.
Florida Grasshopper Sparrow
This non-migratory sub-species lives exclusively in the headwaters of the Everglades and is Florida's most imperiled bird. Though its numbers have dropped rapidly in recent years and it is nearing extinction in the wild, a partnership of over 75 biologists and land managers are working to reverse the decline and save the species.