- In 2013, fewer Florida panther deaths
- FWC, partners offer reward for information about suspicious panther death
- Panther repeatedly spotted in Collier neighborhood found dead
- Annual Report on the Research and Management of Florida Panthers: 2012-13
- Gov. Scott proclaims March 16 ‘Save the Florida Panther Day
Click here for regular updates about the current Florida panther population and related photos taken by FWC's panther team.
Current estimated population: 100-160 panthers
The Florida Panther Festival is a free, family-friendly event designed to shed light on the plight of the endangered Florida panther through unique interactive activities such as presentations by panther biologists, a Living with Wildlife Pavilion, nature walks, children’s activities, a rural backyard demonstration, exhibits by various conservation agencies and much more. Read More
FP219, orphaned at 4.5 months old and raised in captivity, was released earlier this year and is already making contributions to the population. Read More
Thanks to our partners at University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, the young female panther that was hit by a car in May is doing well after her second surgery.