Visit an alligator den in the winter
A young gator gets caught in a turtle trap
Eye shine of alligators at night
Albino alligators: To quote Tony, "This is something that you just are never going to see!"
Tony visits a mother alligator and her six-month-old offspring, swimming in a fishing pond
Wildlife biologist Tom Murphy enlists Tony to help trap an alligator
Tony teams up with wildlife biologist Tom Murphy to catch an alligator with a treble hook
Tony finds a juvenile alligator in a turtle trap
Sometimes called a doodlebug, ant lions dig pits to trap ants and other insects
Tony examines a sharpnose and talks about shark anatomy
Up close with a juvenile sharpnose
Tony catches one of our smallest shark species.
Up close with a stingray
Tony catches a feisty watersnake
Tony examines the bands on a water snake
Listen to a chorus of frogs at night
Morning glories, sand spurs, sea oats – see the plants hardy enough to live (and thrive) on the beach.
Tony captures and examines a big brown bat
Tony identifies salt marsh plants
Tony finds a freshly-shed black racer in the woods
Look at the teeth on this guy
Tony distinguishes between male and female crabs
Tony gets face to face with blue crabs and stone crabs
Examine the spines of a bluegill
Tony catches a nice bonnethead off the dock
Dr. Al Segars takes Tony on an oyster catcher survey, encountering bottlenose dolphins along the way!