VIDEO: FWC Biologists Monitor Alligator Populations In More Than 130 Management Areas

By  //  July 7, 2017

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ABOVE VIDEO: Join biologists as they conduct alligator research on Lake Miccosukee in north Florida. (Tony Young and Michelle Kerr video)

(Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) – Each year FWC biologists survey and monitor alligator populations in approximately 130 Alligator Management Units in Florida.

In the above video, join biologists as they conduct alligator research on Lake Miccosukee in north Florida.

By looking at trends statewide, the FWC can better manage and conserve the alligator population and identify critical alligator wetland habitat, long-term population changes or habitat losses.

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