The Miami Wilds project is a 27-acre theme park that poses a threat to Miami’s pine rocklands, home to some of the rarest species in the world. It is set to be approved for construction as early as this week by Miami-Dade county commissioners. The project poses a threat to species like the Florida bonneted bat, Florida panther, Miami tiger beetle, hairstreak butterfly, and gopher tortoise, among dozens of other species.
The proposed development is bad not just for the environment but for Miami taxpayers as well, costing millions of dollars. This disastrous project threatens over 100 at-risk species whose habitat will be destroyed by greedy developers.
Send your letter below urging Miami-Dade county commissioners to reject the Miami Wilds project and protect the pine rocklands for generations to come.