Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
As Florida prepares to unleash the public in another hunt for Burmese pythons in the Everglades, an analysis of data from the first Python Challenge shows that the 2013 spectacle didn’t do anything to curb the invasive snake’s population in the wetlands, a scientist said Monday.
Fisherman Steve Bargeron hooked the huge crustacean at a dock in Fort Pierce.
A 9-year-old boy is recovering after he fought off a 500-pound alligator in a lake, according to wildlife officials.
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. (CBS Tampa) – Burmese python eggs are hatching all over Southwest Florida, increasing the threat to the native wildlife species. The Conservancy of Southwest Florida is asking for help in locating the […]
Wildlife officials are warning residents to watch out for bears on the move, particularly after a central Florida woman was attacked by a bear outside her home.
An endangered Florida panther that was rescued as a kitten has died less than a year after being released back into the wild.
Another bear has been trapped and euthanized in a central Florida neighborhood where a woman walking her dogs was mauled.
A public hunt for Burmese pythons in Florida’s Everglades won’t be repeated next year, a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokeswoman said Monday.
Florida wildlife officials are reporting a record number of green sea turtle nests.
Although Karen lost its punch before it could strike Florida’s Panhandle, rough surf from the storm and the ongoing federal government shutdown hampered efforts on Sunday to monitor sea turtles along some of northwest Florida’s pristine beaches.