Wildlife Officials Trap Orphaned Florida Panther KittenFlorida Wildlife officials caught a 4-month old female panther kitten, they said, was likely orphaned when its mother was hit and killed by a vehicle.
Large Python Pulled From Miami-Dade ParkA scary discovery at a South Florida park prompted an investigation by wildlife officials.
Zoo Miami Exhibit Meant To Give Sense Of ThrillBlack bears Libby and Laruel are two favorites at Zoo Miami and pretty soon they’re getting a brand new home. So are the flamingos.
New Alligator Alley Fence Meant To Curb Panther DeathsFences will go up in parts of Alligator Alley as part of an effort to curb panther deaths in Florida.
Miami Seaquarium Releases Rescued ManateeIt's a big day for a sea cow rescued from a Fort Lauderdale pump station in May.
Traps Set With Dead Snakes In Search For Missing King CobraFlorida wildlife officials are dropping the number of officers helping to search for a king cobra that escaped from an Orlando home last week.
Sea Turtles Set New Nesting Records In Georgia, FloridaSea turtles have set a new nesting record in Florida and other southeastern beaches, rebounding from a nesting slump last year.
Plan Would Limit Swimming With Manatees At Florida RefugeFederal wildlife officials want the public to voice their opinion on plans that would limit people from swimming among manatees at a Florida wildlife refuge.
Florida Increases Patrols For Exotic Nile Monitor LizardsFlorida wildlife officials are upping their control of another exotic reptile that is wreaking havoc on wildlife in the area.
Gov. Scott Declares March 21, Save The Florida Panther DayFlorida Governor Rick Scott declared March 21st as "Save the Florida Panther Day."
Study Suggests Pythons Throwing Off Everglades Food Chain A new study suggests the invasive Burmese Python is throwing off the balance of the food chain at Everglade's National Park.
10th Florida Panther Dies After Vehicle CollisionFor the second time in two days, an endangered Florida panther has been killed by a car.