Wildlife in State Parks
WHAT: Wildlife in State Parks is the Florida State Parks Foundation’s effort to assist wildlife habitat restoration and protection, wildlife care and education in Florida’s state parks.
WHY: Florida State Parks are home to many species of wildlife considered endangered, threatened or imperiled. Sometimes these species need extra help to ensure their survival. Park staff protect sea turtle nests, reintroduce wildlife species and conducts a variety of preservation, protection, and management techniques to restore and protect vital habitat for the wildlife who depend on Florida's state parks for their home.
NEEDS: With 175 Florida State Parks there are plenty of opportunities to help with wildlife related needs. Below are some examples.
Habitat Restoration and Protection
Wildlife Care and Education
HOW TO HELP: There are numerous ways to help Florida State Parks provide homes for wildlife considered endangered, threatened or imperiled.
Next Steps: Contact Julia Woodward, Chief Executive Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 850-559-8914, to learn how your gift can help wildlife in Florida State Parks.