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The Updates are an educational outreach effort sponsored by the US Fish and Wildlife’s Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge. Their purpose is to promote an understanding of/appreciation for our endangered Florida panther and the efforts underway to support its survival. Key contributors to the updates are the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Big Cypress National Preserve. Past issues can be found on http://www.fws.gov/floridapanther/pantherupdate.html.

  • March 2011 Florida Panther Update Released Posted 3/30/2011 at 12:41 p.m. 0 comments

    The 2011 March Florida Panther Update is now available on-line!  

  • February 2011 Florida Panther Update Newsletter Released Posted 2/17/2011 at 8:31 a.m. 0 comments

    The February 2011 Florida Panther Update is now available on-line!  

    Read about Florida Panther 148, a female cat surviving on the edge of civilization in Naples, Florida. Then view an incredible photo of a young panther spotted on Janes Scenic Drive in January.

  • March 2010 Florida Panther Update Newsletter Released Posted 3/11/2010 at 6:14 p.m. 0 comments

    The March Florida Panther Update is now available on-line!  
    Capture season has officially ended. Learn about the newly collared panthers and get a veterinarian’s perspective of a panther capture. Feel free to print, post or forward the Update to interested friends and family.  


  • February 2010 Florida Panther Update Newsletter Released Posted 2/13/2010 at 10:40 a.m. 0 comments

    The February Florida Panther Update is now available on-line! See January's newly captured panthers and learn about how biologists helped a mother panther move on from her road-killed kitten. Feel free to print, post or forward the Update to interested friends and family. Thanks!
    Click on this Link to Read the February 2...010 Panther Update: http://floridapanther.org/images/update_0210.pdf

  • January 2010 Florida Panther Update Newsletter Posted 1/9/2010 at 6:56 a.m. 0 comments

    The January Florida Panther Update is now available on-line. See stunning recent trail-cam photos and read about the fate of Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary's dominant male panther by Ralph Arwood. Please be encouraged to print, post, or distribute or forward this newsletter.
    Here's the link!
    http://floridapanther.org/images/update_0110.pdf

  • December 2009 Florida Panther Update Newsletter Released Posted 12/3/2009 at 7:14 p.m. 0 comments

    The December Florida Panther Update is now available on-line. See photos and read about the FWC's two November panther captures in the Addition Lands of Big Cypress National Preserve. Here's the link!
    http://www.floridapanther.org/images/update_1209.pdf

  • Reward Offered For Information On Headless Panther Posted 11/21/2009 at 7:14 a.m. 0 comments

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is seeking information about a decapitated panther carcass found along the Florida Turnpike near the Osceola and Indian River county line Thursday. Anyone with information can call the Wildlife Alert Hotline at 888-404-3922; they can remain anonymous and may be eligible for up to a $1,000 reward if their information leads to an arrest.

  • November 2009 Florida Panther Update Newsletter Released Posted 11/12/2009 at 12:34 p.m. 0 comments

    The November Florida Panther Update is now available on-line. See photos and read about how a mother panther was helped last month to escape possible death on the road.

  • October Florida Panther Update Newsletter Released Posted 10/9/2009 at 9:00 a.m. 0 comments

    The October Florida Panther Update is now available on-line. View the latest trail cam photos of an uncollared male panther sniffing around an underpass to the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge!

  • September Florida Panther Update Newsletter Posted 9/7/2009 at 10:51 a.m. 0 comments

    The September Florida Panther Update Newsletter is now available. Check out the great stories and photography of two panther moms with their kittens.

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