Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 09.15.17

With respect to Hurricane Irma, “Panthers are highly adaptable animals that are likely to survive just fine,” said Darrell Land, FWC panther team leader. “They will get wet when it rains and they will hunker down when the winds pick up,” Land said. “Panthers don’t build homes, so their rest sites will be rather unaffected. … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 09.15.17

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 09.08.17

On August 19th, the FWC discovered a new litter of kittens: one male and one female belonging to Mom FP239. The kittens are now approximately 2 months old. The FWC reported the loss of four panthers during the month of August: On August 13th, a 12-year-old male was struck by a vehicle at Mile Marker … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update 09.08.17

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

Help with panther research by reporting sightings to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission With milder temperatures throughout the Sunshine State, more people are likely to head to the woods to enjoy hiking, wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting and other outdoor activities. The FWC is asking the public to assist with Florida panther research and … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

On May 8th FWC reported collecting the remains of a 3-4 year old female panther UCFP308 on CR832, 5 mi East of OSSF in Hendry County. The cause of death was vehicular collision. The total number of panther deaths kittens and adults in 2017 now stands at 13. Biologists gain valuable information by examining panther … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

On April 25, 2017 the FWC documented a new litter of kittens: 1 male and 2 females belonging to Mom FP199; the age of the trio is unknown. On April 20, 2017 FWC reported collecting the remains of panther UCFP307 on CR846, 2.6 miles west of County Line Road in Collier County. The cause of … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

On April 5th the FWC reported the death of a one-and-half year old female panther discovered in Hendry County on CR835 south of Dooley Grade; she was struck by a vehicle. The total number of panther deaths kittens and adults in 2017 now stands at 10. Biologists gain valuable information by examining panther remains. Please … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

On March 27th The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) announced the verification of at least two panther kittens north of the Caloosahatchee River in southwest Florida. These kittens are presumed to be the offspring of the first wild female panther documented north of the river since 1973. “This is good news for Florida … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

WildCat News Brief Podcast ~ with host Alex Warner ~ 26 March 2017

WildCat Conservation Legal Aid Society ~ WildCat News Brief Podcast ~ with host Alex Warner Our weekly podcast provides a recap of the week’s top news stories affecting all wildcats around the world. The series also highlights work performed by WCCLAS, featured interviews, commentaries and special reports. Top News Stories for Sunday, 26 March 2017: … Continue reading WildCat News Brief Podcast ~ with host Alex Warner ~ 26 March 2017

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

On March 22nd the remains of FP198, a radio-collared 9-year-old female panther were collected from private property located south of CR850, west of Caracara Preserve, in Lee County. The cause of death was intraspecific aggression. The total number of panther deaths kittens and adults in 2017 now stands at 9. Biologists gain valuable information by … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update

On March 14th the FWC reported the death of a 4 year old female panther was discovered in Collier County on CR846 2 miles east of Immokalee and on March 9th a 2 month old panther was discovered in Collier County on SR 82, 1.5 miles east of CR 850. Both deaths were caused by … Continue reading Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Panther Update