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1,000 school kids to get hands-on outdoor experience

October 22, 2010 

The conservation field days for local youths will be Oct. 25 through Nov. 5.  

Still time to sign up for W. Palm Beach women's outdoor workshop

October 22, 2010 

Wanted: Adventurous and outdoorsy women wishing to learn more about Florida's great outdoors in a comfortable, noncompetitive, hands-on environment.  

Waterfowl hunt application period extended

October 22, 2010 

The first application period for waterfowl hunts on T.M. Goodwin Waterfowl Management Area in Brevard County, including the Broadmoor Marsh Unit, has been extended through Oct. 28.  

Pioneer Day Celebration is all fun and games

October 21, 2010 

Chinsegut Nature Center in Brooksville will host its 15th annual Pioneer Day Celebration on Saturday, Nov. 6.  

FWC biologist honored

October 21, 2010 

Recognized as one of the state's premier experts on Lake Okeechobee ecology, Donald Fox was named 2010 Fisheries Biologist of the Year by the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. 

Avian botulism found in Cape Coral waterfowl die-off

October 20, 2010 

An avian strain of botulism as the likely cause of an August waterfowl die-off in northern Lee County. People are rarely affected by this strain of botulism.  

An incredible journey: the monarch butterfly

October 20, 2010 

As summer fades into fall, the days grow shorter and the evenings turn cooler, but there is a bright spot fluttering in the air. It is the monarch butterfly in the midst of its amazing annual migration south. 

'Living in bear country' guest lecture Oct. 30

October 20, 2010 

The FWC and the Colonial Pines Mobile Home Park in Navarre will host a lecture on living safely with bears.  

FWC reminds South Floridians about presence of coyotes

October 18, 2010 

As development encroaches upon wildlife habitat, encounters between humans and wildlife - including coyotes - are bound to increase. 

When is an accident not an accident?

October 18, 2010 

Hunting season is here again, and that means we'll likely see reports of people shooting each other, shooting themselves or falling out of tree stands.  

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