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Florida Wildlife Federation is
asking for donations to establish a
$5,000 Wildlife Reward Fund to
have cash readily available to offer
a reward or contribute to a reward
for information that leads to a conviction
of individuals who wantonly
injure or intentionally kill Florida
Last October, this Florida panther,
now named Uno, was found
wandering Immokalee Road in Collier
County emaciated and blinded
by shotgun wounds to his face. He
was also injured in the hindquarters.
Uno was rescued by the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation Commission
after a good citizen reported his
condition and location. Biologists
concluded that Uno was barely surviving
on sniffing down roadkill.
Uno now lives at the Naples Zoo
and is adjusting well to captivity.
Read more and view video of Uno at
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