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'Tis the season for gifts to support Florida wildlife

November 25, 2014 

All year long, residents and visitors to Florida can step outside and find places to watch and photograph wildlife as they hike beaches and trails, steer a boat along rivers and coastlines, fish clear waters, or hunt game in one of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) wildlife management areas.  

FWC looks to expand deer management units, new antler measures to the rest of Florida

November 21, 2014 

The purpose of the proposal is to manage deer on a more local scale. 

FWC looks to increase hunting opportunity, from a new WMA to expanded turkey-hunting hours

November 21, 2014 

If passed, the opportunities would be available beginning with the 2015-16 season. 

Hunter safety Internet-completion course in Broward, Monroe, St. Lucie counties

November 14, 2014 

St. Lucie - Nov. 22; Broward - Nov. 23; Monroe - Nov. 23. 

FWC to meet Nov. 20-21 in Key Largo

November 13, 2014 

The public will have opportunities to speak both days. 

FWC breaks up 7-member ring that was killing, selling deer

November 10, 2014 

Arrest warrants issued in Washington, Holmes counties for killing deer during the closed season and at night and selling the meat. 

Free 2-day hunter safety course in Palm Beach County

November 07, 2014 

Nov. 15-16 at the Everglades Youth Camp6.  

Hunter safety Internet-completion course in Broward, Palm Beach counties

November 07, 2014 

Broward County: Nov. 15; Palm Beach County: Nov. 16. 

FWC seeks information regarding suspicious alligator death

November 03, 2014 

Gator's carcass was found at west end of Seven-Mile Bridge near boat ramp in Monroe Co. 

Give thanks for hunting opportunities galore

October 31, 2014 

November means the 2014-15 huntin’ season is in full swing. 

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