Another Panther has died in Florida after being hit by a car on Thursday, making it the 16th panther death in the state for 2014.
Sunday will be another scorcher across South Florida with temperatures around 90 degrees.
A 14-month-old Florida panther was found dead Friday–bringing the number of endangered panther deaths for the year up to 15.
Colliery County officials are asking for the state to revoke a permit for a Texas oil company to drill on an island surrounded by a sanctuary.
Biologists are continuing to perform necropsies on eight pilot whales that died in shallow waters off southwest Florida.
Whales that appear to be in shallow waters off of southwest Florida are being monitored by wildlife officials.
Just two days into the New Year, wildlife officials are reporting the first death of an endangered Florida panther.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is asking locals in Collier County to be on the look out for a Florida panther.
The Florida panther is one of the most endangered animals in the world, which is why state and federal wildlife officials are now offering a $12,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the suspicious death of an endangered Florida panther.
An endangered Florida panther has been found dead of a suspected gunshot wound on federal land.
The panther was found dead Saturday in the Big Cypress National Preserve in Collier County.