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Wild Florida Blog | Fish And Wildlife

What you can do to protect the Everglades and its wildlife

Posted by Sam Haught on Mar 16, 2017 10:23:51 AM

Did you know? The Florida Everglades covers 2 million acres and is home to over 350 species of wildlife. That’s a big chunk of our planet! Many animals depend on this National Park and it’s up to us to protect it. Although the Everglades is important for our wildlife, it impacts the residents of Florida, too! So, in honor of participating in National Wildlife Federation's Wildlife Week, here are a few ways that you can help protect the Everglades and the animals that call it home.

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Topics: Florida Everglades, Florida Wildlife, Fish And Wildlife

Let's talk about why a pet alligator is not a good idea

Posted by Sam Haught on Apr 2, 2016 10:00:00 AM

So, there's been some talk recently about a certain Florida woman who has kept a pet gator named Rambo the same way you may have kept a pet dog named Fido. In some ways, we get it. Alligators are fascinating creatures. But having a pet alligator is not a good idea for a number of reasons. Do we even need to mention the size of their teeth? Photo Credit Reason number one why alligators don't make good pets: Alligators are unpredictable. While many people think alligators are aggressive hunters, they're actually just lurkers. This means they lurk around waiting for something tasty to come by..

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Topics: Crocodiles And Alligators, Florida Wildlife, Fish And Wildlife, Alligators

Florida Wildlife Officials Designate Four More License-Free Fishing Days

Posted by Wild Florida on Sep 10, 2013 11:49:24 AM

Though you can’t fish at our Wild Florida’s air boat tours, Florida wildlife officials are designating four additional license-free fishing days across the state! Florida has already offered residents four license-free fishing days a year, and with the additional four, Florida residents and visitors have a total of eight days a year to enjoy fishing without a license.

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Topics: Airboat Tours, Florida Wildlife, Fish And Wildlife

Wildlife Officials are Reporting Mink Sightings in Florida

Posted by Wild Florida on Aug 8, 2013 6:40:11 AM

Recently, there have been official reports of mink sightings, a rare mammal that is primary nocturnal. In an effort to learn more about minks, Florida wildlife officials have asked the public to report any sightings.

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Topics: Natural Florida, Central Florida, Airboat Tours, Florida Wildlife, Fish And Wildlife, Wildlife Park