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Preventing interactions and misidentifications with invasive cane toads

As the rainy season continues in Southwest Florida, you may see an influx of cane toads in your backyard and surrounding areas. Cane toads are one of the largest species…

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Yellow rat snake admitted after ingesting ceramic egg

A yellow rat snake and five nestling raccoons were among the eighty animals admitted to the von Arx Wildlife Hospital at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida this past week. Other…

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Living amongst wildlife: Programs help bolster coexistence

By Amber Crooks, Environmental Policy Manager, Conservancy of Southwest Florida Human-wildlife conflicts with large mammals, such as the Florida panther or Florida black bear, can occur when development encroaches into…

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Conservancy of Southwest Florida welcomes interns from The Immokalee Foundation

This summer, the von Arx Wildlife Hospital at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida welcomed two interns from The Immokalee Foundation. This foundation provides students with the resources and confidence they…

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Juvenile little blue heron is admitted due to heavy rains

A juvenile little blue heron was among the eighty-three animals admitted to the von Arx Wildlife Hospital at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida this past week. Other admissions include an…

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Common nighthawk sought refuge under table at The French, reunited with parent on restaurant roof

A common nighthawk and three chimney swifts were among the one hundred animals admitted to the von Arx Wildlife Hospital at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida this past week. Other…

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  • Conservancy of Southwest Florida was founded in 1964 as a small grassroots advocacy group.  Today the Conservancy employs more than 60 full-time staff and is supported by more than 600 volunteers and 25 interns each year.
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