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                  A look inside the FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

                  As a division of the FWC, the Fish and Wildlife Research Institute (FWRI) conducts collaborative research and monitoring to provide timely information and guidance to protect, conserve and manage Florida’s fish and wildlife resources.

                  FWRI integrates its research with management efforts of other FWC divisions and provides science-based assessments and decision support to the Commission and others responsible for managing or regulating activities that depend on Florida’s unique and diverse natural resources.


                  FWRI's six science programs focus on obtaining the wide-ranging data and information needed by fish, wildlife, and ecosystem resource managers.

                  Center for Conservation Social Science Research
                  Ecosystem Assessment and Restoration
                  Freshwater Fisheries Research
                  Information Science and Management
                  Marine Fisheries Research
                  Wildlife Research

                  The Fish and Wildlife Research Institute recruits primarily scientists and science technicians. Business services and facility maintenance also require the expertise of qualified management, administrative, public information, clerical and maintenance staff.

                  Stay connected with the latest FWRI news via our social media accounts and monthly newsletter.

                  We invite you to MarineQuest, FWRI's annual open house. This award-winning event is an opportunity for you and your family to learn about Florida's fish and wildlife and FWRI's exciting research.

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