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              Florida Panther Program

              Disorder Impacting Panthers and Bobcats

              We are working hard to determine the cause of the unknown disorder affecting Florida's wild cats.

              Florida panthers are the larger of Florida’s two native cat species (panthers and bobcats). Although most panthers are found south of Lake Okeechobee, they have been documented throughout the peninsula and even into Georgia.? Female panthers have only been documented in south Florida so that is where all known breeding occurs.? Panthers are listed as an Endangered Species under the Endangered Species Act and it is illegal to harm or harass them in any way.? There are approximately 120-230 adult panthers in the population.

              Panther Pulse

              Panther Kitten. Photo by Carli Segelson.

              See regular updates about documented?panther births, deaths and depredations.

              Panther Tag

              When you?purchase a panther license plate, your donation goes directly to supporting the research and management of Florida panthers.

              Who to call

              If you see a sick, injured or dead Florida panther, or if you experience a panther depredation, you can report online or call 888-404-FWCC (888-404-3922). Cell phone users can also call #FWC, or send a text to Tip@m.la-feuille-enchantee.com.

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