Facebook Live: Follow biologists to a gopher tortoise community in St. Lucie County
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From a boat, kayak or paddleboard, you’ll see a myriad of life in the waters of the Indian River Lagoon. From the lowly mullet (the fish, not the hairstyle) to the easy-going manatee to the viciously-toothy bull shark, the lagoon teems with interesting critters. TYLER TREADWAY/TCPALM Wochit
andré the giant Dhaka Being more than a tad slow-moving, gopher tortoises can’t always get out of the way of humans and their endeavors.
keno fdj So two South Florida Water Management District wildlife biologists have been tasked with protecting a gopher tortoise community in St. Lucie County while the water district upgrades a nearby structure providing flood protection for Martin and St. Lucie counties’ human residents.
https://spazzioverde.com.br/27-dpt74463-teste-é-namoro-ou-amizade.html The biologists, Brian Garrett and Holly Andreotta, will host a Facebook Live at 1 p.m. Wednesday afternoon as they check the tortoises.
https://blog.smartlock.com.es/2052-des80142-citas-con-chicas-calasparra.html If you’d like to submit questions about gopher tortoises in advance for the biologists to answer live, email district spokesman Gabe Margasak, a district spokesman at: firstname.lastname@example.org.