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FWC officers catch men stealing copper

January 22, 2011 

The two men now face felony and misdemeanor charges.  

FWC to score antlers in Lake City

January 21, 2011 

People should bring their bucks to Milton’s Country Store, 12049 N. U.S. 441 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

FWC lieutenant earns award for daring rescue

January 21, 2011 

"I am honored to be recognized," Lt. Anthony "Tony" Wright said. "But I was just doing my job. When I realized that someone needed help, it was natural to respond."  

FWC works with local rehabilitator to save sick, stressed pelicans

January 21, 2011 

The sick birds are being cared for by the Bird Emergency Aid and Kare Sanctuary (BEAKS) in Jacksonville. 

Osceola shooting range to close for repairs

January 21, 2011 

The range will be closed for maintenance on the berm from Jan. 25 through Jan. 27.  

242 sea turtles released into the Gulf of Mexico

January 20, 2011 

A cold front enveloping the South had triggered the third sea turtle cold-stunning event in St. Joseph Bay this winter. 

3 face charges for snook, red drum violations

January 14, 2011 

Illegally harvesting Florida's most important sport fish is serious business, as a woman and two men in Brevard County found out recently.  

Blue crab trap area closure set to end

January 14, 2011 

The use of traps to capture blue crabs was prohibited for 10 days in this area so that lost and abandoned traps that remained in coastal and inland waters could be identified and removed. 

FWC officers arrest 3 Bradford County men for poaching

January 14, 2011 

Three Bradford County men were arrested Jan. 6 for illegally hunting on Florida State Prison property in Raiford. 

Public hearing for Andrews WMA plan is Jan. 27

January 13, 2011 

The meeting will be held from 7-9:30 p.m. at the City of Fanning Springs office, 17651 NW 90th Court in Fanning Springs. 

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