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

June 12, 2012 

Graduation ceremony held Friday at Florida Public Safety Institute, near Tallahassee. 

Summer is here. Let’s go on a beach safari

June 12, 2012 

Digging for shells and bird-watching are just 2 fun activities the beach has to offer. 

Gainesville man injured by alligator

June 12, 2012 

2 men help him escape, seek medical treatment. 

FWC to install new manatee zone markers in Broward Co.

June 12, 2012 

Work expected to continue through August. 

North Florida nightfall brings out diversity of bats, biologists

June 07, 2012 

Biologists capture, study, release 246 bats of 8 species during 3-night survey. 

Seen a mink? Tell FWC

June 07, 2012 

They’re rarely seen in the wild but they do exist in Florida.  

Short course on pollinators offered

June 07, 2012 

Learn about the value of native bees and other pollinators June 21 in Marianna. 

Hunter safety course in Broward Co.

June 06, 2012 

June 16 at Markham Park Shooting Range in Sunrise. 

Hunter safety course offered in Jefferson Co.

June 06, 2012 

June 23-24 at the Beau Turner Youth Conservation Center. 

Chiefland woman struck by sturgeon

June 05, 2012 

On Suwannee River, near Manatee Springs State Park. 

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FWC Facts:
After reaching sexual maturity at 4-7 years, female manatees give birth to an average of one calf every 2-3 years. The calf stays with its mother for up to 2 years.

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