Take Action to Protect Biscayne from Overfishing!

Snapper and elkhorn coral
Snapper and elkhorn coral. © Matt Potenski | iStockphoto

Fish populations at Biscayne National Park are on the decline due to overuse and overfishing. In fact, it’s to the point where something must be done, or several fish species may disappear from the park altogether!

Thankfully, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is crafting new regulations to manage Biscayne’s imperiled fisheries. But to ensure Biscayne's fisheries are given adequate protections, the FWC needs to hear from you before Friday, August 16!

Tell the FWC to establish a solid plan based on science that creates sustainable fish populations by supporting a marine reserve for Biscayne.

IMPORTANT: Personalizing your comment below will go further in ensuring Biscayne's threatened fisheries are protected for the future. To make your message more effective, please share why establishing a marine reserve at Biscayne is important to you. Thank you!


Please protect Biscayne National Park's threatened fisheries

Dear Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

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