The National Wildlife Federation

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Active | Certified

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By City - Coral Springs

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Coral Springs

Coral Springs, FL

City or Town

Population: 134000


Coral Springs is a suburban community in Broward County bordered by the America's Everglades on the west. The city's motto is "Everything Under the Sun." The city's environmental sustainability goals include enhanced resiliency of native species and stewardship of our natural resources. Coral Springs actively promotes and protects our urban tree canopy, water resources and wildlife habitat. We are a Tree City USA.

My Certified Wildlife Habitats

8 Habitats

My Annual Activity Points


Total Re-Certification Points

55 / 30

Community Spotlight


Sawgrass Nature Center and Wildlife Hospital

The Sawgrass Nature Center and Wildlife Hospital is a place where people of all ages can come to observe birds, mammals, reptiles and native plants and learn to appreciate the beauty of nature in South Florida.

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Sustainable Coral Springs

Sustainability is critical for the future of our economy, our city, our people, and our planet.

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Sandy Ridge Sanctuary

Award-winning 38-acre environmentally sensitive land (ESL) passive park. The sanctuary preserves endangered pine flatwoods and gopher tortoise habitat.

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