This publication is provided as a guide to Florida hunting laws and regulations; however, the Wildlife Code of the State of Florida is the final authority on hunting laws. The Florida Wildlife Code, Division Number 68A of the Florida Administrative Code, can be obtained at www.flrules.org. The FWC strives to ensure the information in this publication is accurate but assumes no liability for substantive or typographical differences between this publication and the Florida Administrative Code. If you have questions regarding hunting laws and regulations, contact an FWC regional office (see below). This publication is valid from July 1, 2021 through July 30, 2022.
- Game—resident game birds, game mammals and migratory game birds
- Resident game birds—quail and wild turkeys
- Game mammals—deer, gray squirrels, rabbits and black bears
- Migratory game birds—ducks, geese, common gallinules (moorhens), coots, snipe, rails, woodcocks, mourning doves and white-winged doves
- Non-migratory game—resident game birds and game mammals
- Furbearers—bobcats, otters, raccoons, opossums, coyotes, beavers, skunks and nutrias