Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
A powerful speedboat on its way back to South Florida from Bimini struck and nearly killed a snorkeler in the Atlantic Ocean Friday afternoon off the Haulover Marina, according to state authorities.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers responded to the scene of a boat accident Saturday night.
2014 was a good year for turtle nesting across the Sunshine State. The number of loggerhead turtle nests remained high and the number of leatherback turtle nests reached a record.
The crocodile that died while being trapped following two people being attacked was buried in a special place in Gables by the Sea.
Following the search for a crocodile in the Coral Gables community of Gables By The Sea, Florida’s top crocodile expert weighed in on the “croc”controversy.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is looking for experienced pet owners to adopt exotic species through the Exotic Pet Amnesty Program.
The Florida Panther may be finding new territory around the state.
A vehicle hit and killed a Florida Panther in southwest Florida, wildlife officials said Wednesday.
Boaters who are not following the rules of the water could see law enforcement pulling up to the bows of their boats.
South Florida law enforcement is out in full force this Labor Day weekend.