Defenders in the Southeast
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Michael Adams
Senior Florida Representative

Tracy Davids
Southeast Program Coordinator

Kat Diersen
Southeast Representative

Elizabeth Fleming
Senior Florida Representative

Ben Prater
Southeast Program Director

Kent Wimmer
Northwest Florida Representative

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Newsroom
The latest articles about wildlife issues that may be of interest to those in the press.
alligator, © Dolores Rose
Fact Sheet
The American alligator is the largest reptile in North America. It has a large, dark (usually black), slightly rounded body and thick limbs. Unlike the crocodile, the alligator has a broad head.
Florida Panhandle (Apalachicola National Forest), © Julie Tew
Fact Sheet
The Florida Panhandle is one of the most biologically diverse regions of the world. From dense pine forests, seepage streams and major rivers, to coastal marshes and pristine beaches, it is home to a wide array of key and endangered species, including gopher tortoises, sea turtles, manatees, red-cockaded woodpeckers, eastern indigo snakes, migratory birds and numerous species of fresh water mussels.