• Living the wildlife in Jacksonville Beach Fl

    sorry no intro, Im fairly sure thats a wood stork checking me out snail mail Doc Ink c/o CCHH 12034 correa ct,jax,fl,USA,32246

    published: 15 May 2017
  • Jacksonville's Wildlife & Animal Removal : Quick Catch's Ryan Boyd

    http://quick-catch.com - (904) 859-6585 Meet Ryan Boyd, the man behind Jacksonville, Florida wildlife & animal removal company Quick Catch. Ryan's passion and enthusiasm for wildlife has driven him to create Quick Catch, a company that specializes in the humane capture and removal of nuisance wildlife & animals in Jacksonville and surrounding northeast Florida. For more information, visit www.Quick-Catch.com or call us at (904) 859-6585. Quick Catch, Humane Wildlife Removal serving Jacksonville Florida and the surrounding Northeast area.

    published: 09 Sep 2013
  • Tracked 200 yards off Jacksonville Beach

    OCEARCH research group alerted Jacksonville Beach's police when they tracked "Mary Lee", the shark, near the surf zone.

    published: 09 Jan 2013
  • Jacksonville Zoo | Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary | Feeding The Tigers

    Jacksonville Things to do at night Jacksonville Zoo Tigers Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary | White Tiger | Tigers | Feeding The Tigers! Night Tours. http://www.cattyshack.org Enjoy a guided tour of all the residents (Siberian tigers, lions, cougars, black leopards, a bobcat, 4 coatimundis and 2 foxes) at sanctuary! Tours begin at 6:00 PM. Tours last about 45 minutes a viewing of all our residents, To see the feeding, arrive at 7:30 PM, you will get to watch over 600 pounds of meat distributed throughout the sanctuary! there’s sure to be plenty of roaring!

    published: 08 Sep 2016
  • The Jacksonville Zoo!

    No copyright infringement intended.

    published: 05 Sep 2010
  • Winter Herping Jacksonville Florida

    A new environment for me to hike and look for reptiles, Jacksonville is a great place to visit is you love wildlife. Unfortunately we went a little too late in the year for any major finds but even being outside and looking is better than almost anything.

    published: 28 Dec 2013
  • Cherokee Trace Drive Thru Wildlife Safari Jacksonville, TX 1080i HD

    Cherokee Trace in Jacksonville, TX was such a blast i suggest everyone check it out!! Being so close to the animals was super fun!! The animals are all so nice just watch out they do have teeth so be careful. I cant wait to go back!! This is mostly the best of interactions with the animals.

    published: 14 Feb 2016
  • Travel Jacksonville, Florida - Top 5 Attractions

    Take a tour of Top 5 Travel Attractions of Jacksonville, Florida - part of the World's Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats. Hey, this is your travel host, Naomi. I would like to show you the top 5 attractions of Jacksonville, Florida. Number five, Downtown. Jacksonville, located in the northeast part of Florida, has a vibrant downtown with numerous options for dining, arts and entertainment. Number four, Jacksonville Zoo. One of the largest zoos in the country, it has a large variety of beautiful animals and many educational programs on nature. Number three, Okefenokee. Located an hour from Jacksonville is this amazing wildlife refuge. Many wildlife species, lush forests and water bodies can be found here. Number two, beaches. Jacksonville is adjacent to many picturesque beach...

    published: 27 Jul 2010
  • Animals from Jacksonville Zoo visit children's hospital to kick off Wildlife television channel

    Animals from the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens on Friday visited patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital to kick off a partnership that would provide TV programming so children can learn about animals while receiving treatment at the hospital. http://bit.ly/2mbQjhL

    published: 16 Mar 2017
  • Bigfoot Sighting Virginia June 2014 - Caught on Tape

    Bigfoot Proof? A Virginia man encounters strange creature - Bigfoot's newest sighting caught on tape by a fisherman in the woods. The Virginia man claims he has the best proof of bigfoot yet. It was Randy O'Neal who uploaded these images this weekend stating that it was his father that took the photo with his camera phone while fishing near the Intracoastal Highway in Virginia It's pretty difficult to make out exactly what is in this picture. Mr O'Neal explains how he himself saw the same creature 25 years ago in the same area and is so confident that this is a Sasquatch that he has challenged others to prove that it's fake. Randy O'Neal was quoted saying "My memories and experiences have made me a believer. Here are the pictures again. Feel free to pause, copy, zoom, dissect or whate...

    published: 30 Jun 2014
  • Services offered by Quick Catch Wildlife Removal of Jacksonville Florida

    http://quick-catch.com/services/wild-life-and-nuisance-removal/ Quick Catch Wildlife Removal goes into detail about services they offer, as well as some reasoning as to why wildlife removal has become such a needed service. For more information, visit www.Quick-Catch.com or call us at (904) 859-6585. Quick Catch, Humane Wildlife Removal serving Jacksonville Florida and the surrounding Northeast area.

    published: 04 Sep 2013
  • Huge Moccasin Snake Caught in Jacksonville, Florida

    Huge Moccasin Caught in Jacksonville, Florida by wildlife removal company Quick Catch's Ryan Boyd. http://quick-catch.com/services/snake-removal-and-trapping/

    published: 14 Nov 2016
  • Jacksonville Workshop Wildlife Part 1 of 2

    From the Workshop on Productivity held in Jacksonville, Texas March 28, 2015. This segment explains wildlife property tax appraisals. Part 1 of 2

    published: 03 Apr 2015
  • Wildlife Scenes in the Salt Marsh

    http://www.flyfishjax.com video reveals a small glimpse of the beauty found in the saltwater tidal marsh of Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Florida.

    published: 15 Jan 2014
  • Feeding time at the Catty Shack Wildlife Sanctuary in Jacksonville, Florida 2017

    Not A Zoo!!! They rescue animals, it's a sanctuary so no breeding, buying or selling. Category: Pets and animals Location: 1860 Starratt Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32226 Amazing Wildlife sanctuary goal is to preserve different types of animal wildlife. They rescue animals and do not breed, sell or buy. Music: https://www.bensound.com

    published: 09 Oct 2017
  • Venomous Snake Removal, Cottonmouth in Jacksonville, FL

    http://quick-catch.com/venomous-snake-catcher-of-north-florida/ Ryan Boyd of Quick Catch Wildlife removal services shares his story of how he helped remove a dangerous cottonmouth snake from a home owner's backyard shed in Jacksonville, Florida. Learn more about snakes and other wildlife animals on Quick Catch's website quick-catch.com. We had a client contact us after finding a snake in the backyard that traveled into the shed. He was concerned because he has two young girls and did not want them to get hurt. After he called us, we immediately responded and were shortly on the scene. Quick Catch owner Ryan went in and assessed the situation with the snake. After a few minutes he was able to catch a venomous cottonmouth snake. A cottonmouth snake is very dangerous and has enough venom t...

    published: 13 Aug 2015
  • Tortoise at UNF Wildlife Sanctuary in Jacksonville

    published: 08 Sep 2012
  • The Catty Shack Wildlife Sanctuary Tour in Jacksonville, Florida 2017

    Category: Pets and animals Location: 1860 Starratt Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32226 Amazing Wildlife sanctuary goal is to preserve different types of animal wildlife. They rescue animals and do not breed, sell or buy.

    published: 08 Oct 2017
  • SeaWorld Orlando Caring for Male Manatee Rescued South of Jacksonville, Florida

    SeaWorld Orlando is now caring for an adult male manatee that was rescued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) yesterday near Ponte Vedra, just south of Jacksonville, Fla. The animal was spotted floating unusually high in the water and is believed to be suffering from boat strike injuries, among other ailments. The nearly 10-foot-long manatee was transported to SeaWorld last night by FWC. Upon arriving, the SeaWorld Animal Rescue Team completed a full health assessment, fitted the manatee with a wet suit -- to assist in correcting buoyancy issues and help with surface breathing -- and began providing regular tube feedings. Today, the SeaWorld veterinary team performed a chest tap to release any trapped fluids or air that could be causing the animal to float ab...

    published: 12 Oct 2013
  • Jacksonville Workshop Wildlife Part 2 of 2

    From the Workshop on Productivity held in Jacksonville, Texas March 28, 2015. This segment explains wildlife property tax appraisals. Part 2 of 2

    published: 03 Apr 2015
  • Cherokee Trace Wildlife Safari Jacksonville Texas - Mufasa the eland - TX Drive Thru

    Cherokee Trace Wildlife Safari, drive thru the park and see a number of animals valuable to our planet- Eland, Water Buffalo, Zebra, Highland Cattle, Lechwe, Blackbuck, Kangaroo, Sika Deer, Barasingha, Pere David Deer - some are listed on the endangered species list

    published: 07 Feb 2009
  • 1963 Jacksonville FL Zoo, Golden Years

    I am glad to see we have more realistic environments and 'spot on' replicas of animal wildlife settings in our zoos today, with the open environments, less cages, with animals free to roam in what appears to be their natural environments.. But i'm also glad to see in 1963 at our Jacksonville Florida Zoo, we had our share of lions, tigers, chimpanzees, and other exotic wildlife, as the 'realistic setting' zoological animal awareness movement was still somewhat in its infancy. Sure, we can see all of these animals on television today, but in 1963, the only way to see these animals was to go to a zoo.. around 2003, my Dad had me take some old 8mm film to a local studio that converted them to DVD. I apparently saved a disc for myself, and recently watched it. It seems to contain some nugg...

    published: 04 Jul 2013
  • Wildlife Society - king 4 a day 1995 Jacksonville

    published: 26 Jan 2015
  • BIKE CAM GUANA STATE WILDLIFE PRESERVE SOUTH LOOP JACKSONVILLE FL GO PRO

    BIKE CAM OF GUANA STATE PARK AND WILDLIFE PRESERVE THIS VIDEO IS SPONSORED BY ALL PRO PROPERTY RENTALS VACATION PROPERTY RENTALS 904-993-3433 SERVING ALL OF JACKSONVILLE AND ST AUGUSTINE AND PONTE VEDRA Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTM Research Reserve) is dedicated to the conservation of natural biodiversity and cultural resources through research and monitoring to guide science-based stewardship and education strategies. GTM Research Reserve protects 73,352 acres south of the City of Jacksonville (Duval County) in St. Johns County and Flagler County on the northeast coast of Florida, one of the fastest growing regions in the state. The populations of St. Johns County and the adjacent Flagler, Putnam and Volusia counties have grown 20 percent since 199...

    published: 03 Dec 2013
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Living the wildlife in Jacksonville Beach Fl

Living the wildlife in Jacksonville Beach Fl

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  • Updated: 15 May 2017
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sorry no intro, Im fairly sure thats a wood stork checking me out snail mail Doc Ink c/o CCHH 12034 correa ct,jax,fl,USA,32246
https://wn.com/Living_The_Wildlife_In_Jacksonville_Beach_Fl
Jacksonville's Wildlife & Animal Removal : Quick Catch's Ryan Boyd

Jacksonville's Wildlife & Animal Removal : Quick Catch's Ryan Boyd

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http://quick-catch.com - (904) 859-6585 Meet Ryan Boyd, the man behind Jacksonville, Florida wildlife & animal removal company Quick Catch. Ryan's passion and enthusiasm for wildlife has driven him to create Quick Catch, a company that specializes in the humane capture and removal of nuisance wildlife & animals in Jacksonville and surrounding northeast Florida. For more information, visit www.Quick-Catch.com or call us at (904) 859-6585. Quick Catch, Humane Wildlife Removal serving Jacksonville Florida and the surrounding Northeast area.
https://wn.com/Jacksonville's_Wildlife_Animal_Removal_Quick_Catch's_Ryan_Boyd
Tracked 200 yards off Jacksonville Beach

Tracked 200 yards off Jacksonville Beach

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  • Updated: 09 Jan 2013
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OCEARCH research group alerted Jacksonville Beach's police when they tracked "Mary Lee", the shark, near the surf zone.
https://wn.com/Tracked_200_Yards_Off_Jacksonville_Beach
Jacksonville Zoo | Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary | Feeding The Tigers

Jacksonville Zoo | Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary | Feeding The Tigers

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Jacksonville Things to do at night Jacksonville Zoo Tigers Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary | White Tiger | Tigers | Feeding The Tigers! Night Tours. http://www.cattyshack.org Enjoy a guided tour of all the residents (Siberian tigers, lions, cougars, black leopards, a bobcat, 4 coatimundis and 2 foxes) at sanctuary! Tours begin at 6:00 PM. Tours last about 45 minutes a viewing of all our residents, To see the feeding, arrive at 7:30 PM, you will get to watch over 600 pounds of meat distributed throughout the sanctuary! there’s sure to be plenty of roaring!
https://wn.com/Jacksonville_Zoo_|_Catty_Shack_Ranch_Wildlife_Sanctuary_|_Feeding_The_Tigers
The Jacksonville Zoo!

The Jacksonville Zoo!

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No copyright infringement intended.
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Winter Herping Jacksonville Florida

Winter Herping Jacksonville Florida

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  • Updated: 28 Dec 2013
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A new environment for me to hike and look for reptiles, Jacksonville is a great place to visit is you love wildlife. Unfortunately we went a little too late in the year for any major finds but even being outside and looking is better than almost anything.
https://wn.com/Winter_Herping_Jacksonville_Florida
Cherokee Trace Drive Thru Wildlife Safari Jacksonville, TX 1080i HD

Cherokee Trace Drive Thru Wildlife Safari Jacksonville, TX 1080i HD

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  • Updated: 14 Feb 2016
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Cherokee Trace in Jacksonville, TX was such a blast i suggest everyone check it out!! Being so close to the animals was super fun!! The animals are all so nice just watch out they do have teeth so be careful. I cant wait to go back!! This is mostly the best of interactions with the animals.
https://wn.com/Cherokee_Trace_Drive_Thru_Wildlife_Safari_Jacksonville,_Tx_1080I_Hd
Travel Jacksonville, Florida - Top 5 Attractions

Travel Jacksonville, Florida - Top 5 Attractions

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Take a tour of Top 5 Travel Attractions of Jacksonville, Florida - part of the World's Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats. Hey, this is your travel host, Naomi. I would like to show you the top 5 attractions of Jacksonville, Florida. Number five, Downtown. Jacksonville, located in the northeast part of Florida, has a vibrant downtown with numerous options for dining, arts and entertainment. Number four, Jacksonville Zoo. One of the largest zoos in the country, it has a large variety of beautiful animals and many educational programs on nature. Number three, Okefenokee. Located an hour from Jacksonville is this amazing wildlife refuge. Many wildlife species, lush forests and water bodies can be found here. Number two, beaches. Jacksonville is adjacent to many picturesque beaches. Experience the Florida beach lifestyle amidst pristine settings and striking vistas. Number one, Riverfront. Few visitors leave Jacksonville without visiting its riverfront. This is where the locals go for dining, activities and entertainment. Thank you for watching our travel video series. See you next time.
https://wn.com/Travel_Jacksonville,_Florida_Top_5_Attractions
Animals from Jacksonville Zoo visit children's hospital to kick off Wildlife television channel

Animals from Jacksonville Zoo visit children's hospital to kick off Wildlife television channel

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  • Updated: 16 Mar 2017
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Animals from the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens on Friday visited patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital to kick off a partnership that would provide TV programming so children can learn about animals while receiving treatment at the hospital. http://bit.ly/2mbQjhL
https://wn.com/Animals_From_Jacksonville_Zoo_Visit_Children's_Hospital_To_Kick_Off_Wildlife_Television_Channel
Bigfoot Sighting Virginia June 2014 - Caught on Tape

Bigfoot Sighting Virginia June 2014 - Caught on Tape

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  • Updated: 30 Jun 2014
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Bigfoot Proof? A Virginia man encounters strange creature - Bigfoot's newest sighting caught on tape by a fisherman in the woods. The Virginia man claims he has the best proof of bigfoot yet. It was Randy O'Neal who uploaded these images this weekend stating that it was his father that took the photo with his camera phone while fishing near the Intracoastal Highway in Virginia It's pretty difficult to make out exactly what is in this picture. Mr O'Neal explains how he himself saw the same creature 25 years ago in the same area and is so confident that this is a Sasquatch that he has challenged others to prove that it's fake. Randy O'Neal was quoted saying "My memories and experiences have made me a believer. Here are the pictures again. Feel free to pause, copy, zoom, dissect or whatever you need to do to prove this fake. I can honestly say that these are the clearest, most 'non-blurred' images I personally have ever seen." It looks a lot like a tree stump to me [What do you guys think?] Randy goes on to explain his encounter 25 years ago as he, his dad, and his uncle were hanging out around a campfire in the same area when he saw a mysterious set of red eyes watching him through the brush. His father, Jim O'Neal, chuckled thinking his son was just imaginging things, handed him a shotgun and told the 15-year old to take care of it. Randy fired into the brush as something let out a blood-curdling scream and smashed through the woods and jumped into a creek. The next morning the 3 of them discovered a path of broken down bushes and trees that let to the creek bed. This is just one of many recent encounters like the one in Bradford Pennsylvania in October last year as well as the "Skunk Ape" sighting last summer. It is ironic in this case how only 1 photo was taken. I know if I saw a bizarre creature like this, I would have taken as many pictures as possible. It does present the question however, If big foot was just a myth, then what are all of these people really seeing out there? Randy O'neal Virginia Bigfoot Video http://youtu.be/PzkwOYR_jyE Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife
https://wn.com/Bigfoot_Sighting_Virginia_June_2014_Caught_On_Tape
Services offered by Quick Catch Wildlife Removal of Jacksonville Florida

Services offered by Quick Catch Wildlife Removal of Jacksonville Florida

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  • Updated: 04 Sep 2013
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http://quick-catch.com/services/wild-life-and-nuisance-removal/ Quick Catch Wildlife Removal goes into detail about services they offer, as well as some reasoning as to why wildlife removal has become such a needed service. For more information, visit www.Quick-Catch.com or call us at (904) 859-6585. Quick Catch, Humane Wildlife Removal serving Jacksonville Florida and the surrounding Northeast area.
https://wn.com/Services_Offered_By_Quick_Catch_Wildlife_Removal_Of_Jacksonville_Florida
Huge Moccasin Snake Caught in Jacksonville, Florida

Huge Moccasin Snake Caught in Jacksonville, Florida

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  • Updated: 14 Nov 2016
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Huge Moccasin Caught in Jacksonville, Florida by wildlife removal company Quick Catch's Ryan Boyd. http://quick-catch.com/services/snake-removal-and-trapping/
https://wn.com/Huge_Moccasin_Snake_Caught_In_Jacksonville,_Florida
Jacksonville Workshop   Wildlife Part 1 of 2

Jacksonville Workshop Wildlife Part 1 of 2

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  • Updated: 03 Apr 2015
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From the Workshop on Productivity held in Jacksonville, Texas March 28, 2015. This segment explains wildlife property tax appraisals. Part 1 of 2
https://wn.com/Jacksonville_Workshop_Wildlife_Part_1_Of_2
Wildlife Scenes in the Salt Marsh

Wildlife Scenes in the Salt Marsh

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  • Updated: 15 Jan 2014
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http://www.flyfishjax.com video reveals a small glimpse of the beauty found in the saltwater tidal marsh of Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Florida.
https://wn.com/Wildlife_Scenes_In_The_Salt_Marsh
Feeding time at the Catty Shack Wildlife Sanctuary in Jacksonville, Florida 2017

Feeding time at the Catty Shack Wildlife Sanctuary in Jacksonville, Florida 2017

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  • Updated: 09 Oct 2017
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Not A Zoo!!! They rescue animals, it's a sanctuary so no breeding, buying or selling. Category: Pets and animals Location: 1860 Starratt Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32226 Amazing Wildlife sanctuary goal is to preserve different types of animal wildlife. They rescue animals and do not breed, sell or buy. Music: https://www.bensound.com
https://wn.com/Feeding_Time_At_The_Catty_Shack_Wildlife_Sanctuary_In_Jacksonville,_Florida_2017
Venomous Snake Removal, Cottonmouth in Jacksonville, FL

Venomous Snake Removal, Cottonmouth in Jacksonville, FL

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  • Updated: 13 Aug 2015
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http://quick-catch.com/venomous-snake-catcher-of-north-florida/ Ryan Boyd of Quick Catch Wildlife removal services shares his story of how he helped remove a dangerous cottonmouth snake from a home owner's backyard shed in Jacksonville, Florida. Learn more about snakes and other wildlife animals on Quick Catch's website quick-catch.com. We had a client contact us after finding a snake in the backyard that traveled into the shed. He was concerned because he has two young girls and did not want them to get hurt. After he called us, we immediately responded and were shortly on the scene. Quick Catch owner Ryan went in and assessed the situation with the snake. After a few minutes he was able to catch a venomous cottonmouth snake. A cottonmouth snake is very dangerous and has enough venom to kill five grown men. Luckily nobody was hurt and everybody felt much safer after the snake's capture.
https://wn.com/Venomous_Snake_Removal,_Cottonmouth_In_Jacksonville,_Fl
Tortoise at UNF Wildlife Sanctuary in Jacksonville

Tortoise at UNF Wildlife Sanctuary in Jacksonville

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The Catty Shack Wildlife Sanctuary Tour in Jacksonville, Florida 2017

The Catty Shack Wildlife Sanctuary Tour in Jacksonville, Florida 2017

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Category: Pets and animals Location: 1860 Starratt Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32226 Amazing Wildlife sanctuary goal is to preserve different types of animal wildlife. They rescue animals and do not breed, sell or buy.
https://wn.com/The_Catty_Shack_Wildlife_Sanctuary_Tour_In_Jacksonville,_Florida_2017
SeaWorld Orlando Caring for Male Manatee Rescued South of Jacksonville, Florida

SeaWorld Orlando Caring for Male Manatee Rescued South of Jacksonville, Florida

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SeaWorld Orlando is now caring for an adult male manatee that was rescued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) yesterday near Ponte Vedra, just south of Jacksonville, Fla. The animal was spotted floating unusually high in the water and is believed to be suffering from boat strike injuries, among other ailments. The nearly 10-foot-long manatee was transported to SeaWorld last night by FWC. Upon arriving, the SeaWorld Animal Rescue Team completed a full health assessment, fitted the manatee with a wet suit -- to assist in correcting buoyancy issues and help with surface breathing -- and began providing regular tube feedings. Today, the SeaWorld veterinary team performed a chest tap to release any trapped fluids or air that could be causing the animal to float abnormally and began administering antibiotics. This 1,000-pound male is in guarded condition and will continue to receive around-the-clock care over the next few days, including regular tube feedings and antibiotic treatment. The team remains optimistic he will make a full recovery. A PIT tag allowed the SeaWorld Animal Rescue Team to identify this animal and learned that he had been rescued once before after becoming stranded near the Matanzas River in St. Johns County, Fla. This manatee and six others were assisted back to the water after getting stuck in a muddy oyster bed in April 2002. PIT tags are small satellite transmitters the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service uses to identify and track individual animals in the wild. Information from these tags not only provides health information, but also gives findings on migration patterns and feeding areas, which can be used to designate manatee and wildlife refuges, allowing man and manatee to share the environment. So far in 2013, SeaWorld has rescued 15 and returned 8 manatees back to their natural habitat. In collaboration with the government and other members of accredited stranding networks, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment operates one of the world's most respected programs to rescue ill and injured marine animals, with the goal to rehabilitate and return to the waters. SeaWorld animal experts have helped more than 22,000 animals in need - ill, injured, orphaned and abandoned - for more than four decades. All manatee rescue footage produced by SeaWorld under FWS Permit Number MA7701911. If you see injured marine animal, you can help by calling the FWC hotline at 1(888) 404-3922 or by dialing *FWC on a cellular device.
https://wn.com/Seaworld_Orlando_Caring_For_Male_Manatee_Rescued_South_Of_Jacksonville,_Florida
Jacksonville Workshop   Wildlife Part 2 of 2

Jacksonville Workshop Wildlife Part 2 of 2

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From the Workshop on Productivity held in Jacksonville, Texas March 28, 2015. This segment explains wildlife property tax appraisals. Part 2 of 2
https://wn.com/Jacksonville_Workshop_Wildlife_Part_2_Of_2
Cherokee Trace Wildlife Safari Jacksonville Texas - Mufasa the eland - TX Drive Thru

Cherokee Trace Wildlife Safari Jacksonville Texas - Mufasa the eland - TX Drive Thru

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  • Updated: 07 Feb 2009
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Cherokee Trace Wildlife Safari, drive thru the park and see a number of animals valuable to our planet- Eland, Water Buffalo, Zebra, Highland Cattle, Lechwe, Blackbuck, Kangaroo, Sika Deer, Barasingha, Pere David Deer - some are listed on the endangered species list
https://wn.com/Cherokee_Trace_Wildlife_Safari_Jacksonville_Texas_Mufasa_The_Eland_Tx_Drive_Thru
1963 Jacksonville FL Zoo, Golden Years

1963 Jacksonville FL Zoo, Golden Years

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I am glad to see we have more realistic environments and 'spot on' replicas of animal wildlife settings in our zoos today, with the open environments, less cages, with animals free to roam in what appears to be their natural environments.. But i'm also glad to see in 1963 at our Jacksonville Florida Zoo, we had our share of lions, tigers, chimpanzees, and other exotic wildlife, as the 'realistic setting' zoological animal awareness movement was still somewhat in its infancy. Sure, we can see all of these animals on television today, but in 1963, the only way to see these animals was to go to a zoo.. around 2003, my Dad had me take some old 8mm film to a local studio that converted them to DVD. I apparently saved a disc for myself, and recently watched it. It seems to contain some nuggets like this..my dad is filming my grandpa, grandma, aunt, uncle, and cousin and a trip to the zoo. the Kennedy assassination was to happen about 9 months after this was filmed. this was 49 years after the zoo first opened. it will be 100 years old next year, in 2014. I am hoping to find more amazing color footage like this, because as a lifelong Jacksonvillian... we all have fond memories of the Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens. Credits to the Loved Ones in the video from the Strickland and Sweat Families. The young boy in the video is my Cousin Kenneth, the older man, my Grandfather "Grandy", Robert Sweat, Sr. The man filming was my Father, Robert Sweat, Jr. He's not in many of the scenes (i believe because he probably wouldn't let anyone else use his state-of-the-art-for-the-time camera!) I was to be born 6 years later, in 1969. Thanks for watching, feel free to comment.
https://wn.com/1963_Jacksonville_Fl_Zoo,_Golden_Years
Wildlife Society -  king 4 a day 1995 Jacksonville

Wildlife Society - king 4 a day 1995 Jacksonville

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BIKE CAM GUANA STATE WILDLIFE PRESERVE SOUTH LOOP  JACKSONVILLE FL   GO PRO

BIKE CAM GUANA STATE WILDLIFE PRESERVE SOUTH LOOP JACKSONVILLE FL GO PRO

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BIKE CAM OF GUANA STATE PARK AND WILDLIFE PRESERVE THIS VIDEO IS SPONSORED BY ALL PRO PROPERTY RENTALS VACATION PROPERTY RENTALS 904-993-3433 SERVING ALL OF JACKSONVILLE AND ST AUGUSTINE AND PONTE VEDRA Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTM Research Reserve) is dedicated to the conservation of natural biodiversity and cultural resources through research and monitoring to guide science-based stewardship and education strategies. GTM Research Reserve protects 73,352 acres south of the City of Jacksonville (Duval County) in St. Johns County and Flagler County on the northeast coast of Florida, one of the fastest growing regions in the state. The populations of St. Johns County and the adjacent Flagler, Putnam and Volusia counties have grown 20 percent since 1990 and are projected to grow an additional 20 percent by 2010. More than 1.3 million people live within 50 miles of GTM Research Reserve, including the cities of Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Palatka, Daytona and New Smyrna. These protected areas provide habitat for a wide variety of fish and wildlife. A species list recently compiled for Guana River Marsh Aquatic Preserve indicated the presence of at least 44 mammal, 358 bird, 41 reptile, 21 amphibian, 303 fish and 580 plant species. It contains habitats essential to 48 protected animals and 8 protected plants. GTM Research Reserve is also important for the economy because these include 16 species that are fished or harvested commercially and 18 species that are fished recreationally. GTM Research Reserve is geographically separated into a northern and southern component, separated by the City of St. Augustine. The northern component (referred to locally as Guana) is associated with the Tolomato and Guana River estuaries and the southern component is associated with the Matanzas River. The northern component consists of: Guana River Marsh Aquatic Preserve. Guana River Wildlife Management Area. Stokes Landing Conservation Area. Deep Creek State Forest. The GTM Environmental Education Center (EEC) is located in the northern component of GTM Research Reserve ten miles north of St. Augustine on State Road A1A in Ponte Vedra Beach, and serves as the administrative, education, research and stewardship facilities for the northern component of GTM Research Reserve. The southern component of GTM Research Reserve consists of: Pellicer Creek Aquatic Preserve. Faver-Dykes State Park. Washington Oaks Gardens State Park. Moses Creek Conservation Area. Pellicer Creek Conservation Area. Fort Matanzas National Monument. Matanzas State Forest. Princess Place Preserve. The River to Sea Preserve at Marineland. Other state sovereign submerged lands adjacent to the Matanzas River within its boundary. There is a smaller office building on AIA within the River to the Sea Preserve in Marineland. The Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund (the Trustees) has designated CAMA to manage Guana River Marsh Aquatic Preserve (excluding Guana River Wildlife Management Area) and Pellicer Creek Aquatic Preserve.
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