Quick Maps offer a convenient way to view various types of Florida panther mapping data using Google Earth.  You can view telemetry locations of individual panthers (identified by their uniquely assigned ID number and divided into groups of 10), road kill and other mortality locations, human-panther interactions, depredation locations, and panther habitat information. 

Information on individual panthers and events can be found in the Research and Management and Response Team annual reports found under Reports, Plans and Suggested Reading

Go to Quick Maps and scroll down to find the panther maps.


Quarterly Panther Location Maps

FWC monitors a sample of panthers using radio-telemetry and below are maps showing the quarterly locations of those monitored panthers.  The number in the call-out box on the map corresponds to that panther’s “FP” number.  Information on these individual panthers can be found in the Annual Research and Management Report.


Panther Home Range Map July-Sept 2016

Panther Home Range Map Oct-Dec 2016


FWC Facts:
Boats 16 feet and longer must have at least one USCG-approved throwable Type IV PFD per passenger - immediately available in case of a fall overboard.

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