The Florida panther’s historic range once extended from Florida to Louisiana and throughout the Gulf Coast states and Arkansas. Today these big cats can only be found on the southeast tip of Florida. Thanks to the Land and Water Conservation Fund, the fewer than 200 remaining panthers have more room to roam. In fact, hundreds of species have benefited from Land and Water Conservation Fund since its creation in 1964.
Earlier this year Congress finally permanently reauthorized this critical program for land, water and wildlife. But Congress has yet to provide funding this year for the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Until they act, this program won’t be able to help.
Wildlife like the Florida panther and hundreds of species across the country don’t have time to wait. Take action today. Tell Congress it’s time to fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
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