Calling all 4th Graders!
Starting this year, every 4th grader across the country is eligible to receive a free Park pass!
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The endangered Key deer are found in the lower Florida Keys, and nowhere else in the world.Learn More
About the Complex
The Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges Complex protects over 400,000 acres for wildlife in the Florida Keys. National Key Deer Refuge is managed as part of the Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges Complex. About the Complex
About the NWRS
The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife, and plants.
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Since the presence of New World Screwworm was confirmed on National Key Deer Refuge on September 30, 2016, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has made efforts to protect endangered Key deer and other wildlife from infestation.
The public is asked to report dead, injured, or sick deer by calling the Key Deer Hotline at 305-470-6863, ext. 7.
Learn more here
The National Key Deer Refuge proposed new visitor center Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact is now available.Final Visitor Center EA and FONSI
Key deer are unique to the lower Florida Keys. They are perfectly adapted to living in the wild, they may, however, approach people looking for handouts; please help us keep them healthy and wild by not feeding them.
Call FWC Dispatch to report a dead or seriously injured key deer at
Page Photo Credits All photos courtesy of USFWS unless otherwise noted., Heron Sunrise: Mickey Foster, Refuge Banner: Noni Cay Photography, FAVOR Logo: FAVOR FL Keys, Running Fawn: Noni Cay Photography, EKIP Logo: National Park Foundation, Mangroves: Kristie Killam/USFWS, Bald Eagles: Mickey Foster, Key Deer Buck: Chad Anderson/USFWS
Last Updated: Apr 12, 2017