Monthly Archive: February 2013

Fisheries Management and Artificial Reefs

One of the highlights from last week’s Northwest Florida Artificial Reef Workshop was the panel discussion which included Bill Lindberg, Bob Shipp, Will Patterson, and Luiz Barbieri. These researchers provided information regarding the current state of reef fisheries in the Gulf. Additionally, they suggested strategies for use of artificial reefs.  Please view the session recording …

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Living With Snakes… 2013, Year of the Snake

The Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation has dubbed 2013 as the “Year of the Snake”.  There are many animals that strike fear in humans but little cause more than snakes.  Interestingly kids seem to like them. It is when we become an adult that we do not. Why is that? Snakes are very …

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