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FWC teaches children how to fish at summer camps

July 12, 2010 

They learn fish facts that include fish identification, distinguishing characteristics, habitats, feeding preferences and bag limits. 

FWC, partners reach out to Collier residents living with panthers

July 10, 2010 

Dozens of volunteers knocked on doors, talked with neighbors and distributed information about living with panthers to approximately 1,000 homes in the Golden Gate Estates area of Collier County Saturday morning.  

Youth fishing camp near Monticello starts Monday

July 09, 2010 

It will be an experience the youngsters will never forget.  

Rehabbed birds given new life in Tallahassee

July 08, 2010 

Three pied-billed grebes, which were rehabilitated and survived impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, were released on Lake Talquin near Tallahassee on Thursday. 

Hunter safety course in Miami-Dade County

July 08, 2010 

July 9, 10 and 11 in Miami-Dade County.  

FWC encourages boaters to slow down in areas of oil cleanup efforts

July 08, 2010 

A large number of oil-containment booms and cleanup equipment is being deployed around the state in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.  

Apply for summer hog hunts on Joe Budd, Ochlockonee River WMAs

July 07, 2010 

Because of an abundance of wild hogs on portions of Ochlockonee River and Joe Budd Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) in Northwest Florida, several hunting opportunities will be available during the coming months in an effort to reduce hog populations.  

Cause of death: Carbon monoxide poisoning

July 07, 2010 

The Volusia County Medical Examiner has ruled carbon monoxide poisoning killed the couple who died in their boat on July 4 while anchored in the Intracoastal Waterway in Ponce Inlet.  

FWC issues order to help Pensacola Bay oyster harvesters

July 02, 2010 

FWC has issued an executive order to provide additional oyster harvest days in the Pensacola Bay system. 

FWC, partners give sea turtle hatchlings a fighting chance

July 02, 2010 

Sea turtle hatchlings face many dangerous obstacles, both on the beach and in the water - some natural, some because of man.  

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FWC Facts:
Biologists estimate 10,000-14,000 sturgeon live in the Suwannee River. Adult populations in other Gulf Coast rivers range from a few hundred to about 2,000.

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