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The gopher tortoise, which is listed as threatened by the state of Florida, is considered a keystone species due to the fact that they share their habitats with more than 350 other species. (EN Photo/Kelli Krebs)

New FGCU road most likely won’t include wildlife underpass for tortoise habitat

January 19, 2016

It’s unlikely that the future road connecting FGCU’s South Village to Ben Hill Griffin Parkway will include a wildlife underpass in effort to limit disturbances to the campus’ main gopher tortoise...

Wildlife goes to rehab

September 23, 2015

Wildlife rehabilitators nurse injured and orphaned wild animals back to health before releasing them back into the wild. Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife is one of the few local wildlife rehabilitation...

Living with wildlife on campus, relocating the squatters

July 31, 2015

When attending a school nestled in more than 400 acres of preserved wetlands and uplands, it is not uncommon to find wildlife roaming the main campus. John Herman, an FGCU biology professor who was called...

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