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Nuisance alligator trapper needed for Putnam Co.

September 29, 2011 

Apply online by Oct. 31. 

Hunter safety course offered in Leon Co.

September 28, 2011 

Instruction begins Oct. 11 in Tallahassee. 

Public hearing for Bell Ridge Longleaf area is Oct. 20

September 28, 2011 

At Gilchrist Co. Commission Chambers, Trenton. 

Free hunter safety Internet-completion course in Calhoun Co.

September 27, 2011 

Instruction will be Oct. 8 in Blountstown. 

Hunter safety course offered in Jefferson Co.

September 27, 2011 

Oct. 8-9 at Jefferson Correctional Institution. 

Free hunter safety course in Okaloosa Co.

September 27, 2011 

Instruction begins Oct. 10 in Crestview. 

Collier residents invited to public meeting to learn about living with wildlife

September 26, 2011 

Oct. 6 meeting n Naples will include presentations on panthers, bears and coyotes. 

Wanted: Public help in mapping fox squirrel sites

September 23, 2011 

If you have seen a big squirrel with a long, bushy, fox-like tail, FWC biologists need your help.  

FWC rescues 2 orphaned panther kittens

September 23, 2011 

They were taken to White Oak Conservation Center to be raised and conditioned for a future return to the wild. 

Toho's fish, snail kites and other wildlife to benefit from treatments

September 23, 2011 

FWC to treat 340 acres Sept. 29-30. 

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Florida panthers often meticulously cache, or cover, their prey with leaves, grass and sticks. This helps prevent competitors and scavengers from finding and stealing their food.

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