First Gobbler Registry

Registry data is current as of 6/1/2016

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RankNameCountyBeard LengthRight Spur LengthLeft Spur LengthYear
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1Robin C. ShiverLafayette19.125112008
2Corey TrailGilchrist141.251.1252011
3Justin T. YoungCharlotte11.8751.1251.1252011
4Tad R. LincolnLee11.51.6251.252013
5Reed CawthonOrange11.51.51.252012
6Ransom CaltonVolusia11.51.1251.1252008
7Ryan M. RiddleNassau11.5112007
8Emma SandersAlachua11.251.1251.252015
9Charles L. JohnsCalhoun11.25112004
10Heather ThorneSumter11.1251.251.1252000
11Macy GaskinSt. Johns11.1251.1251.1252015
12Seth B. YurcakPalm Beach11.1251.1250.1252014
13Wyatt RobertsVolusia11.1250.8750.8752014
14Anslee WilliamsLeon111.3751.3752012
15Ben TomanPutnam111.251.252012
16Dylan McKennaOsceola111.251.252006
17Brian ArnoldSanta Rosa111.251.1252002
18Tristan ShiversLeon111.251.1252012
19Calvin BrutusHardee111.2512001
20Robert D. WilliamsonOkaloosa1111.132009


FWC Facts:
Armadillos are not native to Florida, but are now common over most of the state. They like forested or semi-open habitats with loose-textured soil that allows them to dig easily.

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