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Web Maps and Mobile Apps

Web Maps allow users to view map data, find environmental resources, create customized queries, and design printable maps. FWRI's Web-based GIS technologies support species conservation and management of fish and wildlife habitats by providing public access to FWRI’s statewide GIS database.


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Marine Resources GIS Map Viewer (MRGIS) allows users to view spatial data, create customized queries, design printable maps, and download GIS layers for desktop GIS. Site includes information about manatees, corals, turtles, and harmful algal blooms.

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Terrestrial Resources GIS Map Viewer (TRGIS) allows users to view spatial data, create customized queries, design printable maps, and download GIS data. The TRGIS Viewer contains maps of species observations, land cover, conservation lands, park boundaries, and critical wildlife habitat. 

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Oil Spill Planning & Response Map Viewer contains Geographic Response Strategy (GRS) maps of site-specific protection strategies and Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) maps which identify critical habitats, species, and other socio-economic resources which may be at risk during an oil spill.


More Mapping Applications

FWC Reporter App - Florida residents and visitors can take an active role in conservation by reporting fish and wildlife observations with the FWC Reporter app.

Fish|Hunt App - Download the Fish|Hunt App on Apple or Android smart phones or tablets to renew, purchase and store your licenses, access sunrise/sunset and feed times, locate boat ramps, check seas and tide stations, access current regulations and more!

Florida Gopher Tortoise App - The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is launching a new interactive web application designed to provide biologists with thorough and reliable data, and promote science-based gopher tortoise conservation efforts.

Trophy Catch - TrophyCatch is FWC’s data collecting and promotional program for largemouth bass in Florida. We ask anglers who pursue largemouth bass to be ready to photo/video document all bass weighing 8 lbs. or heavier. Each catch provides invaluable data that guides management decisions.

Report Florida Lionfish - Divers are encouraged to submit any sightings of non-native species via the Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) sightings reporting form. This form can be used to report details on any marine species, including but not limited to Lionfish.