Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
On Monday, a scientist announced that data from the first Python Challenge in 2013 didn’t do much to curb the invasive Burmese pythons in the Everglades. This is bad news as Florida is on the verge of another hunt.
Disputing reports that state agencies are prohibited from using the words “climate change,” top environmental official Jonathan Steverson repeatedly uttered the phrase during a confirmation hearing Wednesday.
Black bears are closer to being placed on the state’s wildlife hunting calendar for the first time in more than 20 years.
For the 10th time this year, a panther has been struck and killed by a car.
Florida wildlife officials are upping their control of another exotic reptile that is wreaking havoc on wildlife in the area.
The state this October would open its first black-bear hunting season in two decades, under a set of rules that will be reviewed next week.
Wildlife officials want to remind residents and visitors that not all turtles can swim.
Wildlife officials say visitors will be able to fish without a freshwater recreational fishing license in April.
A pair of bald eagles decided to start building their nest in an unlikely spot—a cell phone tower in South Florida.
Sometimes people sign up for things that, in the long run, turn out to be not the best idea—like acquiring an exotic animal as a pet.