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1 millionth plug of marsh grass planted for habitat restoration

June 11, 2013 

Big Bend Power Station in Apollo Beach is site of new donor marsh. 

FWC scientists discover new bass species

May 07, 2013 

The proposed name is the 'Choctaw bass.' 

Male panther rescued with sister as kittens in 2011 is released

April 03, 2013 

2-year-old male released in Rotenberger WMA. 

FWC looking for cause of pelican deaths in Brevard

March 19, 2013 

What to do if you encounter sick or dead pelicans. 

Red tide bloom affecting manatees along southwest Florida coast

March 11, 2013 

This year's 174 manatees deaths so far is the highest number on record for a single year. The USFWS and the FWC want the public help monitor the situation by reporting distressed manatees.  

Headed to the beach? Help biologists monitor spawning horseshoe crabs

March 11, 2013 

Best times to catch them mating are high tide just before or after a new or full moon -- March 11 and 27. 

Lee County boaters urged to watch for manatees

February 27, 2013 

Manatees on the move in, around Caloosahatchee River. 

FWC releases female panther rescued as kitten in 2011

February 01, 2013 

The panther was 5 months old when rescued after its mother's death. 

Milder winter temperatures lead to lower annual manatee mortality count in 2012

January 08, 2013 

392 manatees died last year; a quarter were determined to be from human-related causes. 

Discover Florida’s fish, wildlife at MarineQuest 2012

October 19, 2012 

Famous "mystery eyeball" will be on display at the St. Petersburg event, Oct. 27. 

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