TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission needs your help tracking horseshoe crabs.
Biologists at the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute have initiated a statewide survey to identify nesting beaches where horseshoe crabs mate and lay eggs.
With the help of the public, researchers hope to identify the Florida beaches where they are living.
Click here to fill out the state’s survey
and detail the location of the sighting, date, time and number of horseshoe crabs you spotted.