PotashCorp - White Springs WMA

This management area is on reclaimed phosphate mining land in Hamilton County. The wetlands and open water areas on this WMA provide attractive habitat for a variety of waterfowl species. This public hunting area, administered by FWC through the North Central regional office (386-758-0525), has specific regulations and is open to hunting on certain days: refer to the area brochure for details.

 



FWC Facts:
The bobcat is so named because of its 'bobbed' tail. In rare cases, bobcat tails can grow as long as 18 inches.

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