The Peninsular Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office provides technical assistance in the implementation and monitoring of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, and the Fish and Wildlife Management Assistance Program. This includes invasive species early detection and monitoring, endangered and threatened species surveys, and native species and aquatic habitat restoration throughout Peninsular Florida. Our Office also provides aquatic conservation and technical assistance in Southern Georgia and the Caribbean.

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Opened in 2003, the Peninsular Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office (FWCO) is co-located with the Florida Ecological Services Field Office and functions in promoting communication and coordination between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Fish and Aquatic Conservation Program and other Service facilities including Ecological Services Offices and National Wildlife Refuges. The office also provides a supportive linkage with other federal agencies, state agencies, Tribal nations, and other organizations to assist in the restoration of the Everglades ecosystem and in the development and coordination of fish and wildlife related management and restoration activities in Peninsular Florida.

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