- Annual Report on the Research and Management of Florida Panthers: 2013-2014
- FWC recommends Collier County residents take steps to protect small livestock from panthers
- Public sightings of Florida panthers, bears going strong, helping FWC biologists
- The 2012-13 Florida Panther Response Team Annual Report is now available in the Reports section.
- In 2013, fewer Florida panther deaths
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Current estimated population: 100-180 panthers
The FWC approved a panther position paper at its September Commission meeting to provide strategic direction to staff moving forward with panther management and conservation efforts. Florida panther conservation has reached major milestones and is an impressive success story. This position paper reaffirms the FWC’s commitment to work with partners to conserve and protect panthers. Read More
Panther Position Statement approved by Commission, September 3, 2015. Read More
Curious what constitutes panther habitat? Find out in this edition of the Panther Update. Read More