FWC seeks information on anacondas in Brevard County
February 08, 2016
FWC begins removing floating plants in Lake Istokpoga
Black Bass Management Plan yields angler benefits
February 04, 2016
FWC to meet Feb. 10-11 near Tallahassee
February 01, 2016
Hydrilla treatment scheduled for Lake Kissimmee
January 29, 2016
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.
Programs of the Fish and Wildlife Research InstituteEach year, the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute produces a summary of its programs. Read the 2015-2016 Programs Document online or download it as a PDF.
Censusing Florida's Gulf BiodiversityRead an article by Robert Lasley, FWRI's curator of collections. Lasley oversees a vast reference collection of preserved biological specimens and associated ecological databases.
Information Science and Management: Erin LeoneErin is a biostatistician with the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute where she applies statistics to a wide variety of biological conservation and management projects.
Stone Crab Catch DataThis summary highlights fishery-independent sampling program catch data collected at eight sampling locations.
2015-2016 Right Whale Calving Season: A Photo Set on Flickr
View a collection of photographs from the 2015-2016 North Atlantic right whale calving season.
About the ImageA North Atlantic right whale calf swims close to its mother's head off the coast of Jekyll Island, GA in December 2015. The mother is 15 years old and this is her third calf. Photo taken by FWC, under NOAA research permit #15488.
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