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Sign your kids up now for Ocala Outdoor Adventure Camp

May 06, 2014 

Six 1-week sessions for kids 9-15 begin June 16. 

Wildlife ‘rescues’ can do more harm than good

April 30, 2014 

In most cases the parent is foraging for food for itself and the newborn. 

Public workshops for input on managing bears in east Panhandle

April 22, 2014 

6 workshops planned from April 30 - May 20. 

FWC transitions to surveillance in Lake Mary neighborhood

April 17, 2014 

Biologists, officers remain working with residents, authorities. 

FWC working with Lake Mary neighborhood

April 16, 2014 

There are several ways to reduce the chances of human/bear conflict. 

FWC recognizes wildlife scientist with Louise Ireland Humphrey Achievement Award

April 16, 2014 

Joan Berish has been at the forefront of work involving gopher tortoises. 

FWC continues a strong presence in Lake Mary

April 15, 2014 

Adult female bear captured, euthanized Tuesday afternoon. 

FWC remains active Lake Mary neighborhood where bear attack occurred

April 15, 2014 

Area residents reminded to be aware of surroundings and supervise children, pets while outdoors. 

FWC removes another bear from Lake Mary neighborhood

April 14, 2014 

The bear showed no fear of people and thus was a threat to public safety. 

Bear injures Lake Mary woman; FWC investigating

April 13, 2014 

Woman treated for injuries, released from hospital 

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Brown hoplo, a nonnative, armored catfish, is found throughout central and south Florida. They can survive in low-oxygen backwaters and ditches, where they gulp air at the surface.

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