Less Than 230 Florida Panthers Are Left: Your Signature Protection Is Vital
Florida Panthers Ocean Blue Environmental Protection
Thank you for signing your name to help protect our lovely panthers of Florida. Ocean Blue Florida Chapters has concerns for protecting our Florida Panther. In 2015 the state calculable their population to be one hundred to 180. In 2017, the Sunshine State's Fish Conservation Commission updated the population estimate to be between one hundred and twenty to 230 panthers still remaining in Florida the Sunshine State, creating this one in all the rarest and vulnerable mammals within the world. Ocean Blue is the Gulf Keepers of the South and we would like to protect all wildlife animals we all share our land with.
In 2015 cars struck and killed 17 wild Panther protection of southwest Florida and and with this the number one cause of mortality in the State of Florida. Last year over 24 were killed by drivers on Florida roads. Ocean Blue conservation organizations on behalf of the florida department of environmental protection of Florida Animals our Panthers need your help in protection and gaining attention on this animal in need.
This brings thoughts by the Ocean Blue board to place pressure on placing animal walking bridges or tunnels. Animal are much like people and as people are building to help ourselves thrive we should also think about our animals because animals need infrastructure just like humans do. Ocean Blue is working hard to save the gulf of mexico from both the Texas and Florida Gulf Keepers Ocean Blue Chapter is designed with value of the endangered species act and our mission is to protect panther habitat of south Florida and up and down both the East and West Florida Coast for as long term as funding will allow.