Python Bowl Was A Success

Python Bowl Was A Success

Nearly 80 snakes were captured Florida’s python bowl is now over and the numbers have come in. More than 750 hunters from around 20 different states showed up for the event that ended a few days ago. About 80 snakes were caught in total according to the Florida...
Interactive Map Locates Coyote Sightings

Interactive Map Locates Coyote Sightings

Track where coyotes have been spotted Coyote sightings around the state of Florida have become a common occurrence in recent years. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission estimates that about 5,000 sightings have been reported in the past four years...
Controlling Florida’s Invasive Species

Controlling Florida’s Invasive Species

How the use of technology can help The House is potentially passing a bill that could approve the use of drones to track wildlife. The bill, HB 659, would allow state agencies, like the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to utilize drones over swamp...
Squirrels and Bats As Pets?

Squirrels and Bats As Pets?

Laws surrounding what types of wild animals you can legally keep in your home Many people think of pets as common furry companions, such as a dog or a cat. Or even a snake in some cases. The state of Florida, however, allows for many exotic animals to be kept as pets...
Large Python Removed From Florida Yard

Large Python Removed From Florida Yard

Invasive snakes you should watch out for Earlier in the week, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission were called out to a resident’s home to help capture a large Burmese python that was in their yard. The snake measured over 9-feet long and was...
Hunt for Everglade Pythons Still On

Hunt for Everglade Pythons Still On

New ways to help capture the snakes The Burmese python is considered an invasive species in the state of Florida. Over the past decade, their numbers have increased and have now reached somewhere in the thousands to tens of thousands. Scientists have recently...