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A male biologist in a Florida Park Service uniform stands proudly by a body of water.

Florida Park Service biologists have a fascinating and challenging job.

They’re responsible for studying and protecting imperiled species, vast tracts of wildland, and the dynamic interface between natural and urban areas.

You can read about how staff are working to protect sea turtle nests on beaches, promote biodiversity with prescribed fire and create sanctuaries for the Florida scrub-jay.

Check out the rest of our series “Biologists Tell the Story” to learn what park biologists are doing to protect the Real Florida.