Panhandle Outdoors

Changes to Cobia Regulations Effective February 1, 2018 (1/29/2018) by Mark Mauldin - Cobia (Rachycentron canadum) are a popular game fish along the Gulf coast of Northwest Florida. They are highly prized by anglers both as table fare and for their ferocious fighting. As part of an effort to better manage... Read More
Morrison Springs Park – Walton County, Florida (1/18/2018) by Laura Tiu - There are over 1000 springs identified in Florida. In the panhandle, the majority of the springs are karst or artesian springs rising deep from the Floridan Aquifer System within the states limestone base. Springs are unique and can... Read More
Morrison Springs Park – Walton County, Florida (1/18/2018) by Laura Tiu - There are over 1000 springs identified in Florida. In the panhandle, the majority of the springs are karst or artesian springs rising deep from the Floridan Aquifer System within the states limestone base. Springs are unique and can... Read More
Steps for Dealing with Nuisance Wildlife (8/18/2017) by yiqigao - As a County Agent, I receive a wide variety of calls from clients relating to wildlife. The majority of these calls are quite positive; clients need help improving wildlife habitat or simply need a creature identified to satisfy... Read More
2016 Beekeeping Program (2/8/2016) by BLOGS.IFAS - Author: Rick O’Connor – roc1@ufl.edu Sea Grant Extension Agent in Escambia County Panhandle Outdoors Facebook0Twitter0Google plus0