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Taking fawns from the wild bad for young deer, illegal

September 22, 2014 

In most cases, the fawn has not been abandoned. 

Boat ramp closed at Sneads Smokehouse Lake during construction

September 17, 2014 

Project expected to take about 6 weeks to complete. 

Advanced bowhunting field day in Bay Co.

September 12, 2014 

Sept. 27 at the FWC regional office in Panama City. 

Hunter safety Internet-completion courses in Gadsden, Liberty counties

September 12, 2014 

Sept. 27 at Florida Public Safety Institute, west of Midway (Gadsden) and Woodmen of the World Camp, Hosford (Liberty). 

Hunter safety course offered in Jefferson Co.

September 12, 2014 

Sept. 27-28 at Jefferson County Correctional Institution. 

Hunter safety Internet-completion course in Jackson Co.

September 03, 2014 

Sept. 20 at the Chipola College Firing Range, Marianna. 

Hunter safety course in Leon Co.

September 03, 2014 

Instruction begins Sept. 16 in Tallahassee. 

Conservation-based oyster harvest changes effective Sept. 1 in Apalachicola Bay

August 28, 2014 

FWC will continue to assess the health of the bay to make sure this critical natural resource is protected. 

Blackwater fisheries center banner year benefits anglers, youth

August 26, 2014 

Nearly 1 million fish of various species were produced at Blackwater and stocked in area waters over past 12 months. 

Bowhunting field day for Internet course in Bay Co.

August 22, 2014 

Sept. 6 at FWC regional office in Panama City. 

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