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Wildlife festival weekend highlights birds, bats, ballads

April 12, 2011 

Chinsegut Nature Center’s annual Birding and Wildlife Festival is April 29-30. 

Free hunter safety Internet-completion course in Liberty Co.

April 12, 2011 

The April 23 course will be at the Woodmen of the World Camp in Hosford.  

Lakes Pocket and Chase hydrilla treatments in April

April 08, 2011 

Both lakes will be treated with EPA-approved herbicides commonly used by the FWC for hydrilla control. 

Warm weather means active alligators and crocodiles

April 08, 2011 

FWC reminds Floridians and visitors to be cautious when having fun in and around water. 

Sign your kids up now for Ocala Outdoor Adventure Camp

April 08, 2011 

The summer camp is for boys and girls, ages 9-15, and focuses on fish and wildlife conservation, outdoor skills and firearm safety. 

Hydrilla treatment scheduled for Butler Chain

April 08, 2011 

The invasive, exotic aquatic plant clogs waterways, making recreational activities difficult or impossible, and it chokes out beneficial native plants.  

FWC hosts youth event at Capitol, encourages conservation

April 07, 2011 

"Creating the Next Generation that Cares" was the theme. 

FWC wraps up 2-day meeting in Havana

April 07, 2011 

The next Commission meeting is June 8-9 in St. Augustine. 

Barreto announces he will step down as FWC chairman

April 07, 2011 

He will remain on the board until his five-year term ends in August. 

SFWMD, FWC re-schedule hydrilla treatment on Cypress Lake

April 07, 2011 

Due to recent rains, the Lake Cypress hydrilla treatments scheduled for this week have been rescheduled for the week beginning April 11.  

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