Welcome to the official website of the Florida Panther Project, founded in 1993. While our site is being updated and new information being added, please feel free to call us at (941) 376-2357. We will be happy to update you on upcoming events and current group programs.

Call and schedule your group !!
The Florida Panther Project, Inc. is a non-profit Florida corporation. The goal of the project is to, 1. assist in the recovery of the Florida panther in the wild by purchasing and setting aside natural habitat where the panther can survive, and 2. present educational talks and exhibits to the public. All funding is through voluntary contributions.
The Florida panther is currently on the Federally-protected Endangered Species list. Many estimates suggest that there are between 100-150 wild panthers in the entire state. These are the last remaining documented cougars in the eastern United States. 
Large donations should be sent directly to:

        Florida Panther Project
        c/o SunTrust Bank   attn: Jennifer Merrick
        5900 Katie Lane
        Sarasota, Florida  34232

     NEW!!  All searches made from "Goodsearch.com"
      will result in a donation to our group. This is exciting
      stuff,  and we'll hear more soon !

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Florida Panther Project
2474 Wood Oak Drive
Sarasota,  Florida  34232
phone:  (941) 376-2357
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Other Names: Puma, Cougar, Mountain Lion
Status: Endangered in Florida.
Population: Approximately 150 wild panthers 
alive today in Florida. This is actually an increase from their numbers of the past 20-30 years.
Threats: Increasing human development and population growth in Florida has led to habitat loss. 
Survival: The Florida panther has an average life span of 6 years in the wild. Chief mortality factors are car / truck collisions and fighting with other panthers.
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