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Researching Coral Disease Devastating Florida Reefs

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Featured videos

Coral Spawning Breakthrough at The Florida Aquarium

Florida Grasshopper Sparrow

Mysterious Underwater Disease Ravages Gulf Coast's Coral

FWC Lionfish: From Harvest to the Table

ZooTampa Karamu

Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD) Progression

Black Bear

The Nature Conservancy / FWC Indigo Snake Release

Pilot Whale Rescue

Panther Cam

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Follow your instincts to A Night for Nature at the Pelican Club in Jupiter, FL honoring the lifetime conservation efforts of Jack Nicklaus and Paul Tudor Jones.

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Our Mission

The nonprofit Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida works with FWC and other public and private partners to protect our outstanding animals and plants and the lands and waters they need to survive. Since 1994 we have raised and donated more than $36 million for conservation and youth outdoor recreation.

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Latest News

Foundation partners with Florida Forest Service to help wounded veterans

Tallahassee, FL (November 19, 2019) – The nonprofit Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida recently announced a partnership with the Florida Forest Service to fund “Operation Outdoor Freedom” in Blackwater River State Forest. The foundation has committed $5,000 to maintain land used by wounded veterans to reconnect with the outdoors and shooting sports. Previous grants […]Read more

Endangered crayfish research receives grant from foundation

Tallahassee, FL (October 31, 2019) – The nonprofit Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida recently announced a $4,300 grant to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) to study rare crayfish species native to two Florida springs: the big-cheeked cave crayfish (Procambarus delicatus) at Alexander Springs and the Silver Glen Springs cave crayfish (Procambarus […]Read more

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We couldn’t do it without them! We’re deeply indebted to the more than 40 businesses, foundations and organizations that support our work, including the following. For a complete list of our sponsors, please click here.

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