FWC transitions to surveillance in Lake Mary neighborhood
April 17, 2014
FWC makes changes for deer-hunting in northwest Florida
John Corry is Youth Hunting Program’s Landowner of the Year
Conservation organizations team up for quail
Lionfish invasion: FWC moves forward with management changes
April 16, 2014
Whether you want to report a wildlife law violation, call a division director, make a public records request or otherwise interact with the FWC, this page can help you get in touch with us.
You can submit your question or report a problem with your license and permit order by contacting Ask FWC.
Contact our Wildlife Alert Program - 888-404-FWCC (3922) or use our online form to report wildlife law violations. Cellular phone users, call *FWC or #FWC.
TTY: 800-955-8771 (T); 800-955-8770 (V)
Angler Tag Return Hotline: Call 800-367-4461.
Bat Mortality Monitoring - Report sick, unusually behaving or dead bats. Call 888-404-FWCC , or use the online form.
Bird Flu (Avian Influenza)
Burmese Pythons, Other Nonnative (Exotic) Reptiles: Call 888-IVEGOT1 (888-483-4681), or use the online form.
Catch an Unusual or Exotic Fish?
Coral Reef Conservation Program: Use this site to report marine debris found when diving, snorkeling or boating.
Fish Kill Hotline: Call 800-636-0511, or submit a fish kill report.Learn more about fish kills.
Horseshoe Crab Nesting Activity: Call 866-252-9326 or submit a horseshoe crab survey.
Injured or Orphaned Wildlife
Manatees: Report sick, dead, injured or tagged manatees by calling Wildlife Alert: 888-404-3922.
Marine Turtles: Report dead or injured marine turtles by calling Wildlife Alert: 888-404-3922.
Nuisance Alligators: Call 866-FWC-GATOR (866-392-4286).
Oil, Fuel or Hazardous Material Spills in Florida Waters: Call 800-320-0519.
Red Tide Status Line: Toll-free inside Florida only - 866-300-9399.Outside Florida - 727-552-2448.
Right Whale Sightings: Call 888-97-WHALE (888-979-4253).
Smalltooth Sawfish Sightings
Waterway Markers - Missing or Damaged: Call 866-405-BUOY (866-405-2869).
Whooping Crane Sightings
Wild Bird Die-offs
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