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Volunteer

Looking for new and exciting opportunities to be involved with wildlife? Become an FWC volunteer and make a positive impact on Florida's wildlife and wild lands. Many opportunities exist: from biological sampling and monitoring to habitat restoration, laboratory work and education or outreach programs.

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Teaming with Wildlife

Help the FWC achieve its mission of "Managing fish and wildlife resources for their long-term well-being and the benefit of people." Join the Teaming with Wildlife national coalition of 6,300 businesses and organizations that support dedicated funding for wildlife conservation, education and outdoor recreation.



FWC Facts:
The world's whooping crane population has gradually increased from a low of 22 birds in 1941 to 503 birds in 2009.

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