As the state tries to reduce dangerous interactions between bears and humans, lawmakers have given final approval to a bill that would change the penalties for feeding wildlife.
Florida lawmakers are taking aim at people caught repeatedly feeding bears and alligators, as the state prepares to allow its first black bear hunt in two decades.
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.
An alligator was pulled from a lake in Doral Saturday and the commotion was caught on video.
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.
Another sign that Spring has sprung; the state’s wildlife agency has issued an alert to Florida’s visitors and residents alike – watch out for crocs and gators.
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.
There is some good news when it comes to the number of manatees in the state of Florida.