Report fish kills, wildlife emergencies, sightings, etc.
Alligators – Nuisance: Call 866-FWC-GATOR (866-392-4286). Learn more about Nuisance Alligators.
Coral Reefs in SE Florida: Use this site to report marine debris and coral bleaching/disease in Martin, Palm Beach, Broward and Dade Counties.
Fish Kills: Report saltwater or freshwater fish kills online or call 800-636-0511. Learn more about Fish Kills.
Manatees: Report sick, injured or dead manatees by calling 888-404-FWCC (888-404-3922). Get information on how to report injured or dead manatees.
Oil, Fuel or Hazardous Material Spills in Florida Waters: Call 800-320-0519.
Red Tide Status Information:View status of red tide events online, or call for red tide status from within Florida 866-300-9399, from outside of Florida 727-552-2448.
Right Whale Sightings: Please report all right whale sightings to 1-877-WHALE-HELP (1-877-942-5343). Learn more about right whales.
Sea Turtles: Get information on how to report injured or dead marine turtles.
Smalltooth Sawfish: Get information on smalltooth sawfish and how to report a sighting.
Tagged Fish: Report tagged saltwater or freshwater fish you have caught online or call 800-367-4461. Learn more about Angler Tag Returns.
Waterway Markers: Report missing, damaged or found waterway markers by calling 866-405-BUOY (866-405-2869). Learn more about Missing, Damaged or Found Markers.
Bat Mortality Monitoring: Report sick, unusually behaving or dead bats online or call 888-404-FWCC .
Chronic Wasting Disease:Report the location of sickly, extremely skinny deer to the CWD hotline, toll free (866) 293-9282.
Injured, Orphaned or Nuisance Wildlife: Get information on how to report injured, orphaned or nuisance wildlife.
Pythons: Report Burmese Python sightings.
Wild Bird Die Offs: Report wild bird die offs online. Learn more about Bird Flu (Avian Influenza).
Whooping Crane Sightings: Report whooping crane sightings.
Be A Citizen Scientist
You can be a citizen scientist and help the FWC's conservation efforts by volunteering, interning, or simply sharing your observations by reporting sightings, participating in surveys, or using our hotlines.