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Panther conservation progress comes with challenges

September 07, 2011 

With the panther's population growth comes an increase in livestock predation. 

Fort McCoy man is Florida’s Hunter Safety Instructor of the Year

September 07, 2011 

Jimmy Peagler has volunteered his services since 1999. 

Winter Haven landowner honored for work with youth hunting program

September 07, 2011 

Gene Paul has provided 6 hunts to more than 60 youths, with more hunts to come. 

Free hunter safety Internet-completion course in Holmes Co.

September 02, 2011 

Instruction begins Sept. 16 in Bonifay. 

Bears’ appetites soar in fall, so stash your garbage

September 01, 2011 

Bears are filling their stomachs to get ready for winter. 

FWC urges caution for Labor Day boaters

September 01, 2011 

Remain sober or designate a sober boat operator.  

Crossbow season expanded on private lands

September 01, 2011 

It now opens the same day as archery in each of the 4 hunting zones. 

Beware when moving fish – even native bass

September 01, 2011 

Proper handling means keeping the fish out of the water for as short a time as possible.  

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