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FWC bringing live TV show celebrating Florida fishing to Miami

July 28, 2010 

Despite the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the majority of our state's waters are open to fishing.  

Sea turtle nests continue to be moved

July 25, 2010 

Authorized biologists and sea turtle permit holders will be relocating sea turtle nests on Franklin, Gulf, Bay, Okaloosa, Walton, Santa Rosa and Escambia county beaches Monday, July 26 through Friday, July 30. 

Sea turtle nests to be moved Friday

July 22, 2010 

Authorized biologists and sea turtle permit holders will be relocating sea turtle nests on Franklin, Okaloosa, Bay and Gulf county beaches on Friday. 

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. 

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.  

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.  

We must speak up for Florida's wildlife

July 01, 2010 

As an unprecedented crisis spews oil into the Gulf of Mexico, our ocean, our fish and our wildlife suffer immediate and devastating impacts.  

FWC issues order to help blue crab industry

June 29, 2010 

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has issued an executive order to waive four previously scheduled 10-day blue crab trap harvest closures in July and August this year.  

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

June 29, 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.  

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