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Month: August 2019

Man and boy wearing hunting gear

Hunting’s Role in Conservation

By: Kyle Grammatica Florida is fortunate to have a rich outdoor heritage. We have amazing fishing locations and one of the most diverse populations of game species and wildlife areas. Our heritage is truly something worth preserving, and by complying with changing hunting and fishing policies we can ensure that animal populations are kept at […]

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Manatee swimming near school of fish

Foundation Receives $70,000 Grant from The Nature Conservancy for Manatee Habitat Restoration

St. Petersburg, FL (August 6, 2019) –The Nature Conservancy in Florida (TNC) has awarded the non-profit Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida $70,000 for improving manatee habitat at Warm Mineral Springs Creek in North Port, FL. Every fall, manatees congregate in Florida’s warmest waters, usually in natural springs or near the outflow of power plants. […]

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