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Do lionfish need to start looking up?

The following post on The Abaco Scientist blog (http://absci.fiu.edu/) documenting a double-crested cormorant eating a lionfish in the Florida Keys …

It’s in Your Hands

Scientists tell us that if you only remember two things, most of the fish you release will survive. When you …

Why our estuaries are important

By Ted Lukacs It is relatively easy to address the issues concerning popular game fish species experiencing problems from overfishing. …

Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Updates – September 2012

Florida Recreational fshing license not required when targeting lionfish Harvesting invasive lionfish no longer will require a fishing license when using …

Save the Sawfish

Science and the pinnacle of big-game fishing come together in this film, which features some of the only known video ever captured in the wild of one of the world's most endangered fish, the largest fish in Florida's inshore waters and the first marine fish protected by the Endangered Species Act - the smalltooth sawfish.

Anglers on Fla. east coast can help FWC gather red snapper data

Researchers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are looking …
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