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Bowhunter education course scheduled for Alachua Co.

December 15, 2011 

Jan. 14 field day in Newberry follows online component. 

Body of missing boater recovered at Palestine Lake

December 13, 2011 

Norris Demeritte and his mother, Emma Kelly, were reported overdue Saturday night. Kelly's body was recovered Sunday. 

Fisheries council honors FWC officer

December 13, 2011 

Clay McDonough is South Atlantic Fisheries Mgt. Council's Officer of the Year. 

Search continues for missing Lake City boater

December 12, 2011 

The body of the missing boater's mother was found Sunday. 

Holiday celebrations minus balloon releases best for Florida wildlife

December 09, 2011 

Sea turtles, other wildlife mistake balloons for food; strings attached to balloons can entangle birds, other animals. 

Jail, fines await men convicted of Salt Springs Run violations

December 08, 2011 

One man forfeits boat, motor, trailer used in the crime. 

Invasive-plant treatment set for 2 Orange County lakes

December 07, 2011 

Lakes Fairview, Sara to be treated during the week of Dec. 12. 

December brings closure of snook season in Atlantic state, federal waters

December 06, 2011 

Closing Dec. 15, reopening Feb. 1. 

11 new officers ready to protect state’s people, natural resources

December 05, 2011 

They will patrol more than 34 million acres of land and over 12,000 square miles of water.  

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