South Central Regional Center

No Bait, No Fish: A Gulf Perspective on Forage Fish Conservation

No matter the species an angler pursues, the basic building blocks for success are the same; you must figure out where they are and what they are eating. From white …

Columbia, South Carolina: A Home for Wildlife

The National Wildlife Federation is pleased to announce that Columbia is no longer just the capital of South Carolina. As of October 2019, the city became the largest certified Community …

Five Species Impacted by Unnatural Disasters in 2019

Climate scientists are increasingly connecting the dots between extreme weather events and our warming climate. Hurricanes are now stronger and wetter, wildfires burn longer and hotter, droughts are deeper, and …

An EcoLeader’s Perspective

Last month, National Wildlife Federation’s EcoLeaders program, an initiative dedicated to leadership and career development for young people passionate about futures in Conservation and Sustainability career sectors, sent NWF EcoLeader …

Keeping Manatees Warm this Winter

8 Facts You Didn’t Know About America’s Everglades — And…

Estuaries Benefit from 20 New Projects to Restore the Gulf…

Water for Wood Storks

Florida’s wading bird nesting season is about to begin! From December to July, wood storks – as well as roseate spoonbills, egrets, ibis, and herons – flock to South Florida …

Save the Swamp: But, Beware the “Rougarou”

Walking through a Louisiana swamp at night, the moon is full and the fog hangs low on the surface of an old bayou. All around, there is the movement of …

a yellowtail snapper

Southeast Sportfish: Why I Care About What They Eat

In my home state of Georgia, coastal anglers prize sportfish like bull redfish, tarpon, cobia, amber jack, snapper, sea bass, sea trout, and grouper. Many Southeast sportfish are voracious eaters, …

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