FWC updates management efforts as number of nesting eagles continues to increase
April 20, 2017
FWC approves changes to Collier County manatee zones
Help keep nesting waterbirds safe: Give them space
April 13, 2017
FWC provides tips for living with alligators
April 12, 2017
FWC, partners relocating Florida scrub-jays to increase populations
Red Tide Current Status
FWC reports on the current status of Karenia brevis blooms using tables, static maps, and interactive Google Earth maps. Archived status maps can be found in our Flickr gallery.
Each year, the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute produces a summary of its programs. New this year, the annual report has been reformatted to its own website.
Using Acoustic Telemetry to Track Cobia Movement PatternsResearchers track the movements of cobia (Rachycentron canadum) to determine migration patterns and the geographical location of the biological Atlantic and Gulf stock boundary.
Striped Bass Stockings in the St. Johns RiverLearn about the history of striped and sunshine bass stockings in the St. Johns River.
Black Bear Research
Read summaries from the Florida black bear abundance study.
Bay Scallop Web Survey Taps Recreational Harvesters
How plentiful are bay scallops along Florida's Gulf coast? Help biologists answer this question by submitting your bay scallop catch data.
About the ImageThe FWC is asking the public to help document mating horseshoe crabs on Florida beaches. If you've observed horseshoe crab mating activities in Florida (two or more horseshoe crabs connected together), please report this information to us by completing a short online survey.
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FWC Facts:Panthers are carnivores - meaning they eat meat only. A panther's diet includes deer, wild hogs, raccoons, armadillos, rabbits and even small alligators.
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