You know the gopher tortoise, but do you know it’s roommate?
CREW visitors are often lucky enough to see BCFSs throughout the CREW trails because these squirrels prefer a habitat mosaic, like the one preserved within the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed, including pine flatwoods, cypress swamps, and hardwood hammocks.
Sandhill cranes stay with one mate for the duration of their lives.
Read about the fascinating life of the eastern spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius ambarralis) and all its various distinctions!
Fall-back time change means nocturnal and crepuscular animals are more active around your evening drive.
How to bird at CREW!
Here in southwest Florida we have the luxury of enjoying wildflowers year-round. October is a good time to bask in the colors and elegant shapes of all kinds of wildflowers.
By Allison Vincent, CREW Trust Communications Director Hiking out on the CREW trails can have a transformative effect, especially during the rainy …
The ongoing long-term success of the CREW project is a result of many hands-on deck, especially from people like you. The support you give through membership and donations secures the future of this project and others for generations to come.
There is a lot that goes into photo-monitoring. The most important component involves taking photos of the vegetation and canopy in the exact same spot at specific time intervals facing the four cardinal directions. These photos serve as a representative snapshot of time