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FWC, Key Biscayne police to address boating safety issues during regatta

March 11, 2011 

The annual event brings hundreds of boaters to Key Biscayne. 

Public hearing for Three Lakes WMA plan is March 31

March 11, 2011 

The meeting will be from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Osceola County Commission Chambers, Kissimmee. 

New trails open at Half Moon WMA

March 11, 2011 

March 19 celebration planned. 

FWC to stock Lake Trafford with 50,000 bass

March 09, 2011 

The 4-inch fingerlings are from the Florida Bass Conservation Center in Richloam. 

FWC uses teamwork to manage exotic species, improve habitat

March 09, 2011 

Not only is releasing nonnatives into the wild illegal, it can be harmful to our native fish and wildlife. 

Bald eagles and their nests protected in Florida

March 07, 2011 

A pair of nesting bald eagles in downtown Naples has raised questions about the protections in place now that bald eagles are no longer listed as endangered. 

Free Kids' Fishing Clinic promises day of learning, fun

March 04, 2011 

Daytona Beach clinic is March 26. 

Nonnative Pet Amnesty Day is March 12

March 03, 2011 

FWC seeks good homes for surrendered animals at Zoo Miami. 

Florida bass fishing is on fire

March 03, 2011 

The prespawn period can produce some of the most exciting fishing of the year, and 2011 has certainly started out exciting. 

FWC reminds hunters of Big Cypress road closure

March 02, 2011 

Closure effective March 3. 

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