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More than 6,500 students, teachers and parents participated last year in curriculum-based education programs offered by Biscayne National Park and supported by the Trust.
BISCAYNE NATIONAL PARK, SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT HOST CELEBRATION TO MARK LAND TRANSFER
Although the impacts on Everglades National Park are well documented, fewer people are aware of the impact on the fragile ecosystem of Biscayne National Park.
Lobster hunters with Florida fishing licenses and a lobster stamp are allowed six lobsters per person each day in Monroe County and on the oceanside of Biscayne National Park.
Many believe the Guerrero rests somewhere in Florida's Biscayne National Park, but its wreckage has so far eluded both park rangers and the treasure-hunting community.
Senators blast the proposed No-Fishing Zones in Biscayne National Park you'd think that would deep-six the idea for good.
The discovery could provide clues to coral spawning that occurs oceans away at Biscayne National Park in Florida, every August, several days after a full moon.
Keep in mind that Monroe County and Biscayne National Park mini-season divers may only keep six per person per day, and may not dive for lobster at night.
Lewis might be underselling the value of the parks in this scenario, but few would question his assessment of a proposal to link Everglades National Park and Biscayne National Park with 42 miles of biking and hiking trails.
It's upsetting to witness the arbitrary zones that Biscayne National Park (BNP) is pushing again due to faulty decisionmaking processes.
Coral are colonial animals that get their vibrant colors from zooxanthellae, algae cells that live in coral tissue," says Richard Curry, science coordinator at Biscayne National Park.