panther Death

(Source: Tim Donovan/FWC)

$5,000 Reward Offered In Shooting Of Endangered Florida Panther

The Florida panther is one of the most endangered animals in the world, which is why federal wildlife officials are now offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the shooting of a Florida panther.

CBS Miami–04/30/2015

(Source: Tim Donovan/FWC)

Panther Found Dead, Struck By Car In SW Florida

For the 10th time this year, a panther has been struck and killed by a car.

04/13/2015

(Source: Tim Donovan/FWC)

10th Florida Panther Dies After Vehicle Collision

For the second time in two days, an endangered Florida panther has been killed by a car.

CBS Miami–03/09/2015

Florida panther (Source: FWC)

Ninth Panther Found Dead In Florida

Wildlife officials said the remains of a 1-year old Florida Panther on Saturday in Lee County.

03/07/2015

(Source: Tim Donovan/FWC)

6-Month-Old Florida Panther Found Dead

Florida Fish and Wildlife officials said they have found the remains of a 6-month-old uncollared male Florida panther.

11/28/2014

Florida panther (Source: FWC)

FWC Reports 25th Panther Death Of 2014

Florida Fish and Wildlife officials said they have found the remains of a four to five-year-old radio-collared female Florida panther.

11/14/2014

Florida panther (Source: FWC)

23rd Florida Panther Killed By Car In Central Florida 

Another Florida panther has been hit and killed by a car.

10/22/2014

(Source: Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission)

Two Panther Kittens Found Dead In Collier County

Two, four-month-old panther kittens were found dead Sunday after apparently being struck by cars.

08/24/2014

Florida Panther (Source: AP)

Endangered Florida Panther Struck, Killed By Vehicle On I-75

The body of a Florida panther was found on I-75 in Lee County near Ft. Myers. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said the three year old panther died after it was struck by a vehicle.

05/01/2014

A 2-year-old Florida panther is released into the wild by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) on April 3, 2013 in West Palm Beach, Florida.  The panther and its sister had been raised at the White Oak Conservation Center since they were 5 months old. The FWC rescued the two panthers as kittens in September 2011 in northern Collier County after their mother was found dead. The panther is healthy and has grown to a size that should prepare him for life in the wild.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Panther Fatally Struck By Vehicle In Florida

Another endangered panther, the fifth this year, was killed by a vehicle in southwest Florida.

04/04/2014

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