Social Media

There’s no denying the prevalence – and power – of social media in today’s society. The FWC is making increasing use of social media to deliver our conservation messages and interact with the public.

The links below will take you to all of our official social media sites.

Facebook

Facebook 

MyFWC

Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

MyGFBT

Chinsegut Conservation Center

Ridge Rangers

HuntFlorida

TrophyCatch Florida

Get Outdoors Florida!

Florida Youth Conservation Centers Network

Florida Project WILD

ECOHAB-Karenia

Florida Red Tide, Other Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs)


Twitter

Twitter

@MyFWC

@MyFWClife

@MyGFBT

@GetOutdoorsFL

@FYCCN


YouTube

YouTube

MyFWCvideos

MyFWCsocial

MyFWCatwork

FWCResearch

TrophyCatch Florida


Flickr

Flickr

MyFWCmedia

MyFWC Research


Pinterest

 Pinterest logo

My FWC


Instagram

Instagram

MyFWC


Google+

Google+

MyFWC

"Amanda Teigh"


LinkedIn

LinkedIn

"Amanda Teigh"


Blogger

Blogger

"On the Trail" with FWC

FWC Freshwater Blog at Florida Sportsman



FWC Facts:
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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