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Florida Fish and Wildlife App

Florida Fish and Wildlife released a new app that makes it easier for people to report animal sightings.

You can now take an active role in conservation by reporting animal sightings. This could be anything from fish kills, exotic species, trapped or injured wildlife and even just animals acting strangely.

Aside from animals, you can also report water discoloration, people polluting or dumping, suspicious activity, broken signs and much more.

FWC relies on citizens to report these things so they can protect and manage Florida’s unique ecosystems. This app makes it easier for people to report these things directly to FWC.

Lee County School District Selling Nine Vacant Properties
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FDA Issues Safety Warning Over Liquid Nitrogen Treats
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First School Stabbing of the Year at Dunbar High School
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Cape Coral Police to Conduct Selective Traffic Enforcement Wave
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