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FWC seeks alligator trappers for Martin, Palm Beach counties

December 05, 2011 

Applications due by Dec. 15. 

Count birds instead of staying inside this winter

December 05, 2011 

It is migration season, when many of our feathered friends travel to the warm state of Florida to escape the frozen, snowy north.  

Hydrilla treatment set for Lake Tohopekaliga

December 02, 2011 

Weather permitting, treatments to about 825 acres of trails and other areas will take place the week of Dec. 5.  

Dec. 6 workshop will discuss black bear conservation

December 02, 2011 

At the Dept. of Transportation building in DeLand. 

December’s traditions include holiday hunting

December 01, 2011 

The holiday season is upon us and so are several traditional hunting opportunities. 

Life-saving holiday gift for boaters

December 01, 2011 

A new, comfortable life jacket makes an ideal gift, and it could save someone’s life. 

Normal public use resumes for portion of E'glades WMA

December 01, 2011 

The executive order is effective immediately. 

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