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February 15, 2017
FWC plans prescribed burn on Lake Okeechobee
FWC installs new artificial fish attractors on Lake Toho
February 14, 2017
2017 bay scallop season in Dixie/Taylor counties set
February 09, 2017
FWC approves spiny lobster commercial bully net fishery changes
February 08, 2017
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.
Help Document Horseshoe Crab Nesting Beaches
The Fish and Wildlife Research Institute is asking the public to report observations of horseshoe crab mating activities in order to help biologists identify nesting beaches around the state.
What do Florida Largemouth Bass Need to Reach Trophy Size?
FWRI biologists discuss the factors that contribute to the growth of trophy-sized Florida largemouth bass.
About the ImageFWC researchers are conducting aerial surveys this winter to document right whale calving activity in northeast Florida.
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