FPL helps protect Florida’s endangered species.
Since 1978, the Turkey Point Monitoring Program has tagged more than 6,000 hatchlings.
Florida’s beaches are the most important nesting areas in the United States for some species of sea turtles.
Panthers are the second largest cat species in the Western Hemisphere.
Since 1930, the Wood Stork population has dropped from 60,000 to around 5,000.