Tag: Florida FWC

We Could Bearly Stand It!

Joan and I have annual passes for the Brevard Zoo. We really like being supporters and go when we can. We never fail to stop by and see their resident Black Bear, Cheyenne. An orphaned cub, she was adopted at about four months as… Continue Reading “We Could Bearly Stand It!”

Hungry Bears Are Everywhere!

It’s the time of the year when bears are all over in search of food. Here in Florida, black bears are quite common and it’s not at all unusual for us to find them foraging for food in areas where they’re not seen much… Continue Reading “Hungry Bears Are Everywhere!”

Alligator Season begins today

Here in the Sunshine State, there’s a Gator Season each summer that lasts for 30 days. The season opens today. If you’d like to know more about gator hunting in these parts,¬†¬†here’s a bulletin from our Fish And Wildlife Commission where you can get… Continue Reading “Alligator Season begins today”

Help for the Eastern Indigo Snake

One of Florida’s iconic snakes, the Eastern Indigo has been having a tough time in the last little while. The problems are familiar and are not so easily remedied in a time where it seems like every square inch of habitat in Florida has… Continue Reading “Help for the Eastern Indigo Snake”

Another Triumphant Trimble Trip!

I just can’t get enough of Trimble Park. As you may remember, it’s a very nice park right where Orange and Lake counties meet. Although it’s actually in the very small Orange county town of Tangerine, that tiny hamlet does not deliver mail, so… Continue Reading “Another Triumphant Trimble Trip!”

Headed Back to Tosohatchee Next Saturday

The Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area is, by far, the closest of Florida’s WMA’s to my neck of the woods. I loved the afternoon I spent there back on January 4th and so I was happy to see that our FWC is planning an event… Continue Reading “Headed Back to Tosohatchee Next Saturday”