FWC works closely with other agencies and Florida outdoor businesses to offer safe and exciting adventures on wildlife management areas, lakes and waterways.
The Dry Tortugas, a series of very small islands and submerged coral reefs about 70 miles west of Key West, has a rich history and offers some of the most exceptional and exciting fishing opportunities in Florida.
The brown pelican is especially impacted by monofilament line because they frequently spend time looking for an easy meal at piers and other fishing hotspots, where they are often hooked accidentally when trying to grab bait off an angler’s line.
Sixty-two people lost their lives in Florida last year in boating accidents, and as of June 11, there have been 20 deaths this year, according to the FWC, which has released its 2013 Boating Accident Statistical Report.
This 40-page booklet, newly revised and updated, encourages property owners to help wildlife by creating habitat that provides the food, water and shelter they need to survive.
It is time to speak out about Florida’s proposed change to largemouth bass management by filling out an online survey or attending a local meeting.
This critically endangered species has an easily identified "saw" extending out from its head.
One of Florida’s few remaining undeveloped barrier islands is Little Talbot Island State Park.
Law enforcement agencies around the state and country are participating in “Operation Dry Water” in an effort to prevent alcohol related accidents and fatalities.
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