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Watch the world wake up

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Conserving nature and our outdoor heritage

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Protecting Florida's Unique Springs

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Ensuring the Health of Florida's Reefs and Fisheries

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Funding Florida's Priorities

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Combatting Invasives with Science and Speed

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we stand with the wild

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 $60 million for conservation and youth outdoor recreation.

Buy the Updated Bear Plate!

The redesigned Conserve Wildlife plate is now available! Thanks to a partnership with Indian River County, you can purchase or renew all of our plates online at no extra charge. And $25 will come directly to us. Or you can visit your local tax collector’s office to snag the newest plate in Florida!


Featured videos

Be a Coral Hero

Watch the World Wake Up

Major Milestone for Florida Grasshopper Sparrow

Florida Coral Rescue Center

Feeding Florida's Manatees

A Once-In-A-Generation Land Conservation

Learning More about FLM in Florida's Felines

Saving Florida's Coral Reef

Dirt and grass

Florida Grasshopper Sparrow

Scuba divers looking at coral

Mysterious Underwater Disease Ravages Gulf Coast's Coral

Scuba diver on boat

FWC Lionfish: From Harvest to the Table

Florida Panther

ZooTampa Karamu

Coral Rescue Cruise

Black Bear in forest

Black Bear

Group of people releasing snakes

The Nature Conservancy / FWC Indigo Snake Release

Pilot Whale

Pilot Whale Rescue

Florida Panther cam

Panther Cam

Comparison between coral

Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD) Progression

Latest News

More Effort Needed on Seagrass Restoration to Support Manatees and Other Florida Marine Life, Before it’s Too Late

Stuart, FL (March 30, 2023) – As Seagrass Awareness Month draws to a close, the Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida and the Nancy P. and Richard K. Robbins Family Foundation hope to keep the light shining on vital seagrass restoration efforts by holding a $25,000 match challenge for seagrass restoration. A similar match held […]Lee mas

Partnering to treat Florida’s most vulnerable manatees

St. Petersburg, FL (September 6, 2022) – Asha was about a year old in March 2021, an age when manatees are still following their mom’s every move. Instead, she was found by rescuers alone in the intracoastal waterway in Volusia County, underweight and with something wrong with the skin on her side, likely due to […]Lee mas

Please Support our Major Contributors

We couldn’t do it without them! We’re deeply indebted to dozens of 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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