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FWC arrests two for BUI, works to improve boating safety

December 18, 2014 

After completing two accident investigations, officers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) arrested two individuals for boating under the influence violations that occurred earlier this year. 

Give thanks for Florida’s great outdoors, those who protect it this holiday season

November 19, 2014 

Chances are we’ll see some of them out working while others are recreating. 

FWC to meet Nov. 20-21 in Key Largo

November 13, 2014 

The public will have opportunities to speak both days. 

FWC breaks up 7-member ring that was killing, selling deer

November 10, 2014 

Arrest warrants issued in Washington, Holmes counties for killing deer during the closed season and at night and selling the meat. 

Public comments for Law Enforcement reaccreditation assessment sought

November 06, 2014 

Accreditation holds an agency to a higher level of accountability. 

FWC seeks information regarding suspicious alligator death

November 03, 2014 

Gator's carcass was found at west end of Seven-Mile Bridge near boat ramp in Monroe Co. 

Patrolling, protecting, preserving: yesterday, today, tomorrow

October 02, 2014 

Though there have been many developments in the management of Florida’s natural resources, the goals have remained quite similar. 

FWC officer receives national award

September 26, 2014 

Officer Lee Lawshe named Officer of the Year by Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies. 

FWC addresses venomous reptile issue

September 24, 2014 

W. Palm Beach man charged with unlawful possession, other violations. 

Highlands County assistant state attorney honored at FWC meeting

September 10, 2014 

FWC Prosecutor of the Year Gary Ellis is with the 10th Judicial Circuit. 

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