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Geocaching merges technology and adventure

July 22, 2010 

A combination of a treasure hunt and orienteering, geocaching leads an explorer to a cache or hidden container. 

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. 

Boaters need to be extra cautious on July 4th weekend

June 29, 2010 

One of the main duties of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers is the enforcement of boating safety regulations.  

Nurture the natural path to healthier, happier and smarter lives

June 10, 2010 

The FWC works to provide opportunities all across the state to be sure that Florida is in the forefront of the move to reconnect children with nature.  

Bonefish - a great Florida game fish

May 28, 2010 

The University of Miami recently studied the economic impact of bonefish and found that a single fish in the Florida Keys is valued to be worth $3,500 each year.  

FWC, along with all the rest of Florida, stands prepared

May 17, 2010 

We often take for granted all the things that make our life easy until something happens to make us sit up and take notice.  

FWC will revisit fox and coyote chase issue in June

April 16, 2010 

In a couple of months, the seven Commissioners of the FWC will revisit whether to allow hunters to run foxes and coyotes in enclosures in the state. 

Shorebirds nest on shifting sands, so do not disturb

April 02, 2010 

Shorebirds forage for food and this time of year lay eggs in open, sandy areas, where people usually walk, throw Frisbees, fly kites or even drive beach-cleaning vehicles.  

FWC reaches out to the public in a variety of ways

March 23, 2010 

The FWC recognizes that a well-informed public is a vital part of fish and wildlife conservation.  

Bagging an Osceola turkey is a big deal for sportsmen

March 05, 2010 

What really makes the Osceola special is that it lives on the Florida peninsula and nowhere else in the world.  

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