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February hunter safety Internet-completion courses offered

January 15, 2015 

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is offering free hunter safety Internet-completion courses in Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Duval and Nassau counties in February.  

FWC to score antlers in Archer

January 14, 2015 

People can bring their bucks to the Midwest Feed and Farm, 13046 SW State Road 45 in Archer. Scoring begins at noon. 

January hunter safety Internet-completion courses offered

December 09, 2014 

In Baker, Columbia, Duval counties. 

Bowhunter education course scheduled for Columbia Co.

December 09, 2014 

Field day will be Jan. 31 at a site to be announced. 

Public workshops seek input on managing bears in Big Bend

November 24, 2014 

In Homosassa, Dec. 2; Dade City, Dec. 3; Chiefland, Dec. 4. 

Further discussion needed for Lake Orange, Lochloosa, Newnans natural resource management

November 17, 2014 

Update on the Orange Creek Basin Stakeholder engagement process, follow-up to Sept. 25 meeting.  

Hunter safety Internet-completion courses offered for October

October 01, 2014 

Courses available in 12 counties. 

Hunter safety course offered in Madison County

October 01, 2014 

Beginning Oct. 23 in Madison. 

Gopher tortoises receive new home in Jefferson County

September 26, 2014 

Their Clay County home was slated for development. 

FWC officer receives national award

September 26, 2014 

Officer Lee Lawshe named Officer of the Year by Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies. 

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Black bears may look slow because they walk flat on their feet (called plantigrade) like people and travel with a shuffling gait, but they can run as fast as 30 miles an hour.

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