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  1. FWC arrests 3 in alligator-poaching case
  2. FWC biologists rescue manatee suffering from head wound
  3. 26 FWC graduates ready for woods and waters
  4. Coyotes are active this time of year
  5. FWC scientists help create benchmark for future red tide research
  6. FWC arrests 4, seizes 4,000 pounds of fish in felony bust
  7. Dead bear leads to Jacksonville man's arrest
  8. Bats driving you batty? Now's the time to act
  9. FWC, partners say "Get Outdoors Florida!"
  10. Boating accident report, news conference Friday at noon
  11. Gulf gag grouper sport season reopens April 1
  12. Spiny lobster harvest season closes April 1
  13. "The Wildlife Forecast" by Patricia Behnke
  14. 15th annual MarineQuest
  15. Pregnant cougar returns from walkabout
  16. FWC clarifies application period for special-opportunity hunts
  17. FWC: Boating fatality statistics have improved, but could be better
  18. FWC suggests life jacket as Mother's Day gift
  19. FWC executive director honored at national level
  20. FWC launches new online guide to boating, angling in Tampa Bay
  21. Homeless man suspected of sea turte egg poaching
  22. Jacksonville man admits to killing bear in forest
  23. Anglers giving biologists vital tarpon genetic data
  24. Application period for FWC quota permits begins June 1
  25. FWC officers rescue distressed eagle
  26. New process for gator-hunt permit applications starts June 1
  27. No charges for Santa Rosa farmer in bear shooting
  28. Governor, Cabinet proclaim May 16-22 "National Safe Boating Week" in Florida
  29. FWC announces 2009-10 manatee decal art winner
  30. FWC to beachgoers: Do not disturb nesting shorebirds
  31. FWC will help provide security for 'Vandenberg' sinking
  32. 'Vandenberg' artificial reef successfully deployed
  33. FWC officers rescue sea turtle from intake pump
  34. FWC to meet June 17-18 in Crystal River
  35. Workshop fosters reconnecting youth, nature
  36. FWC hopes to trap bear seen near Weston school
  37. Snook season closes June 1
  38. Gulf red snapper season to reopen
  39. Weston bear moved to Picayune Strand State Forest
  40. "Outta' the Woods" by Tony Young
  41. "Fish Busters' Bulletin"
  42. Gopher tortoise relocation permitting goes 'green'
  43. Saturday is the day to hit the wildlife trails
  44. New quota process allows for guest hunter permit
  45. Shark management workshops scheduled
  46. Shoreline anglers need to buy license by Aug. 1
  47. (from U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service) $15,000 offered for information on panther-shoote
  48. Governor, Cabinet: "June 27 - July 3 is Dive Flag Awareness Week"
  49. (from U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service) $16,200 offered for information on panther-shoote
  50. Waste Pro, FWC partner to keep bears away from garbage
  51. Deciding where to go for Get Outdoors Day is the hard part
  52. FWC publishes Climate Change Summit Report
  53. News from the June 17-18 Commission meeting
  54. FWC recognizes heroic and outstanding service
  55. FWC reviews work on Manatee Management Plan
  56. FWC proposes revising imperiled species management and listing process
  57. FWC leads the nation in freshwater turtle conservation
  58. FWC appoints Nick Wiley as executive director
  59. FWC makes changes to captive wildlife rules
  60. FWC acts to rebuild Gulf red snapper stocks
  61. News from the June 17-18 Commission meeting
  62. FWC adds protection for Gulf grouper
  63. FWC marks 10th anniversary
  64. Dove Club permits go on sale July 1
  65. 4 million fry produced at Blackwater this spring
  66. FWC part of 'Operation Dry Water' BUI enforcement
  67. Franklin Co. man fined, loses rifle, hunting privleges for killing bear
  68. Bay scallop season opens July 1
  69. FWC safely removes black bear from Palm Beach Co.
  70. FWC to boaters, divers: 'Be dive-flag aware'
  71. Fla. Wildlife Federation honors FWC officer, 2 commissioners
  72. "Fish Busters' Bulletin"
  73. FWC announces blue crab trap area closure
  74. Sheriff, FWC investigators probe toddler's death in Sumter Co.
  75. Cross City man dies in boating accident near Steinhatchee
  76. Lobster seasons about to begin
  77. Habitat-conservation tools now online
  78. Surprising results: FWC analyzes its volunteer programs
  79. FWC offers gator-hunting classes
  80. Lobster poaching pretty pricey
  81. Biologists see spawning fish in Marine Protected Area
  82. "The Wildlife Forecast" by Patricia Behnke
  83. Blue crab trap area closure to end
  84. Shoreline fishing license requirement starts Aug. 1
  85. Deer crashes through windshield; driver, passenger have minor injuries
  86. Pilot earns top award for outstanding service
  87. 17-foot Burmese python caught in Okeechobee Co.
  88. Fish Busters' Bulletin
  89. Letter to the editor, re: Burmese Python Removal Program
  90. FWC asks anglers to help gather reef fish data
  91. Officer of the Year earns 2 more awards
  92. Students team with federal, state agencies to study coral reefs
  93. Shoreline anglers complying w/new license requirement
  94. 26 FWC graduates ready for woods and waters
  95. Conserving Florida's imperiled species a high priority for FWC
  96. FWC asks beachgoers to protect the hatchlings
  97. Gulf red snapper sport season closes Aug. 15
  98. Comment on proposed changes to imperiled species listing process
  99. Apply for special-opportunity spring turkey hunts Sept. 8 - Oct. 13
  100. 2009-10 hunting season dates
  101. FWC extends timeline on imperiled species rules
  102. No evidence of chronic wasting disease found in Fla. deer
  103. FWC opens python captures to licensed hunters on S. Fla. WMAs
  104. FWC seeks hunters for deer rut survey
  105. FWC rescues injured manatee from St. Marks River
  106. Snook season opens Sept. 1
  107. FWC officers save woman's life
  108. Pythons netted in FWC undercover investigation
  109. Migratory game bird, early waterfowl season dates
  110. Exotic fishes poster now available
  111. New captive wildlife rules in effect
  112. New beetle discovered with help of State Wildlife Grant
  113. Game farms must comply with new regulations
  114. FWC urges caution for Labor Day boaters
  115. FWC to meet at Howey-in-the-Hills on Sept. 9-11
  116. "Outta' the Woods" by Tony Young
  117. Letter to the editor, re: Burmese Python Removal Program
  118. Fish Busters' Bulletin
  119. FWC works w/legislators to solve Burmese python problem
  120. Bay scallop season closes Sept. 11
  121. FWC approves draft rule to allow peregrine falcons for falconry
  122. News from the Sept. 9-11 Commission meeting
  123. Weekend boating tragedies a harsh reminder about safety
  124. FWC honors brave officer, persistent scientist and talented artist
  125. Python control and legislation discussed by FWC
  126. News from the Sept. 9-11 Commission meeting
  127. Partners, public assist FWC with imperiled species listing process
  128. FWC proposes Atlantic grouper and reef fish protections
  129. FWC acts to improve Atlantic vermilion snapper fishing
  130. FWC proposes more protection for sharks
  131. 17-foot python seized from Lakeland home
  132. FWC hears update on mooring field plans for vessels
  133. Daily dove hunt permits go on sale Sept. 17
  134. FWC airs hunting, fishing and python-removal rule proposals
  135. News from the Sept. 9-11 Commission meeting
  136. Women's outdoor workshop comes to Tallahassee
  137. Celebrate National Public Lands Day with FWC
  138. FWC announces wildlife grant opportunities
  139. FWC seeks input on Florida's permit fishery
  140. Gator killed at popular viewing site at St. Andrews State Park
  141. Quota hunters can bring a guest
  142. Officials to test hunter-harvested ducks for avian influenza virus
  143. FWC seeks opinions on bonefish management
  144. FWC earns award for enhancing state's safety, security
  145. Keep it dark for sea turtle hatchlings
  146. "The Wildlife Forecast" by Patricia Behnke
  147. FWC sets lemon sharks workshops
  148. "Outta' the Woods" by Tony Young
  149. Biologists ask anglers to report tagged largemouth bass
  150. Boating legislation protects people and resources
  151. Public comment continues on imperiled species listing process
  152. Stone crab season opens Oct. 15
  153. FWC rescues manatee with watercraft-related injuries
  154. Apply for spring turkey quota hunt permits Nov. 1
  155. FWC fills top law enforcement position
  156. FWC presents draft for black bass management plan
  157. Feeding bears only leads to trouble
  158. Stay safe: Keep bears wild
  159. Audubon of Florida honors FWC bird advocate
  160. Sport fishing for greater amberjack set to close in Gulf federal waters
  161. Large python seized from Crestview man's home
  162. "The Wildlife Forecast" by Patricia Behnke
  163. "Backyard Safari," by Jessica Basham
  164. Atlantic vermilion snapper, S. Fla. spotted seatrout seasons close Nov. 1
  165. Fish Busters' Bulletin
  166. FWC recognized at regional awards ceremony
  167. FWC seeks input on captive wildlife rules
  168. Apply now to work with FWC on anchoring regulations
  169. FWC rescues entangled sea turtle
  170. Hunters, be careful cleaning wild hogs
  171. Trapper who staged python capture faces charges
  172. Women's outdoor workshop coming to W. Palm Beach
  173. Boat owners: Secure vessels before storms
  174. 36 FWC graduates share common goal
  175. Make way for manatees heading for warmer water
  176. FWC warns against dangers of cold water
  177. Commissioner Corbett helps sponsor National Geographic's 'Hunt for the Samurai Subs'
  178. Painted Bunting Observer Team needs help from volunteers
  179. Chairman: 'Florida needs a voice in House Natural Resources Commttee.'
  180. FWC arrests 12 for illegal purchase, possession of foxes, coyotes
  181. Deadline extended for captive wildlife rule survey
  182. FWC researchers track tarpon with DNA
  183. Reminder: Balloon releases take a toll on wildlife
  184. FWC to meet in Clewiston Dec. 9-10
  185. FWC extends participation in mooring pilot program
  186. FWC encourages safety harness use after 2 tree stand accidents
  187. Snook seasons close in December
  188. "The Wildlife Forecast" by Patricia Behnke
  189. "Outta' the Woods" by Tony Young
  190. "Backyard Safari," by Jessica Basham
  191. FWC announces continuation of python permit program
  192. "Fish Busters' Bulletin"
  193. FWC suggests life-saving gift for boaters
  194. Waterfowl hunt permit drawing rescheduled
  195. News from the Dec. 9-10 Commission meeting
  196. Commission meeting opens with recognitions
  197. "Featured Creature" - Bald eagle
  198. FWC selects 2010 chairman and vice chairman
  199. FWC passes rule allowing peregrine falcons for falconry in Fla.
  200. 'Operation Mack Attack' takes bite out of illegal fish sales
  201. FWC approves draft rule changes for imperiled species listing
  202. FWC moves ahead with proposed hunting rules, new public hunting lands
  203. FWC nabs accused lobster poacher on turnpike
  204. FWC hears recommendations on manatees
  205. FWC orders amnesty program for reptiles of concern
  206. News from the Dec. 9-10 Commission meeting
  207. FWC approves Atlantic grouper, reef fish protections
  208. FWC approves rules to help shrimpers protect marine animals, turtles
  209. FWC declares bonefish a saltwater game fish
  210. FWC acts on more protection for sharks
  211. FWC wraps up Clewiston meeting
  212. Longwood man injured by bear
  213. New leaders to take the reins at FWC
  214. Springs man charged with feeding bears
  215. Boaters pour $8.5 billion annually into Florida's economy
  216. FWC seeks input on Miami blue butterfly
  217. FWC documents record number of manatee deaths
  218. FWC's Honor Guard honored to be carrying Old Glory at Dolphins game
  219. Youth hunts for quail, turkey available at Babcock Ranch Preserve
  220. Undercover operation reveals reptile store selling pythons illegally
  221. "Fish Busters' Bulletin"
  222. "Backyard Safari," by Jessica Basham
  223. FWC releases preliminary manatee-mortality data for 2009
  224. Cold temps impact Florida fish, wildlife
  225. FWC rescues 2 manatees in 1 day
  226. FWC seeks good homes for unwanted nonnative pets
  227. Artificial reef summit scheduled in Cocoa Beach
  228. Sea turtle rescues continue in Florida waters
  229. Weakfish management workshop scheduled
  230. Grouper fishing to close in Atlantic + Monroe Co. state waters
  231. Report, but do not touch, dead or distressed sea turtles
  232. FWC responds to widespread cold-weather saltwater fish kills
  233. Catch-and-release still OK for snook, tarpon, bonefish
  234. Exceptional weather conditions lead to record high manatee count
  235. Report: Boating's economic engine may shift gears
  236. Make watching wildlife your business
  237. Ridge Rangers volunteer 30 thousand hours, worth $500K
  238. Cold weather causes unprecedented number of manatee deaths
  239. Snook harvest is still prohibited
  240. Gulf grouper sport season closes Feb. 1
  241. N. Fla. spotted seatrout season closes Feb. 1
  242. FWC promotes boating safety, conservation at Super Bowl events
  243. Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days are Feb. 6-7
  244. FWC extends order regarding fish-kill cleanup efforts
  245. "Outta' the Woods" by Tony Young
  246. "The Wildlife Forecast," by Patricia Behnke
  247. "Fish Busters' Bulletin"
  248. Nonnative Pet Amnesty Day is Feb. 6 at Miami Metrozoo
  249. Where to hunt spring turkeys without a quota permit
  250. "Backdoor Safari," by Zacker