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Scientific data drives management decisions for fish and wildlife populations and their habitats.
Diverse wildlife resources and people benefit from studies about Florida's delicate and complex ecosystems and the impact humans have on them.
Quality hunting, fishing and outdoor recreational opportunities continue, due to management of fish, wildlife and habitats.
Trained and sworn officers enforce rules that protect fish and wildlife and keep Florida's waterways safe for millions of boaters.
In the event of natural and other disasters, officers also cooperate with local, state and federal partners, using the agency's specialized equipment and extensive knowledge about Florida's aquatic and upland environments.
Responsible recreation and stewardship of the state's natural resources.
Through the FWC's communications with a variety of audiences, the agency:
Provides information about human-wildlife interactions; conservation; fish and wildlife habitats; protected species; and hunting, fishing, boating and outdoor recreational opportunities.
Conducts safety training and classes for hunters and boaters.
Teaches classes in outdoor recreational activities, such as bird-watching, fishing and hunting.
Coordinates programs, such as Kids' Fishing Clinics, specifically for people who traditionally have not participated in outdoor activities.
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