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Dr. Dave Onorato

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Associate Research Scientist

Phone: (239) ***-****  
Local Address:  Naples , Florida , United States
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
620 South Meridian St.
Tallahassee , Florida 32399
United States

Company Description: Since 1988, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has offered thrilling, hands-on, face-to-face alligator hunting opportunities that are...   more

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Dave Onorato, a researcher ..., 1 Jan 2014 [cached]
Dave Onorato, a researcher with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, agrees. As he explained to the Tampa Bay Times in an email, the uptick in cougar roadkill is a result of "a mixture of more panthers, more cars/people, and less habitat."
PantherNet : Field Notes Archives, 26 June 2013 [cached]
"We were very excited to find this panther's kitten," said Dave Onorato, FWC panther biologist. "The fact that this panther has given birth is positive news for the recovery of this endangered species and a testament to the hard work of all involved in its rescue and rehabilitation."
Biologists estimate the female panther became pregnant about three weeks after her release, when she was only 21 months old.
"Kitten survival rates are pretty low, but this kitten looked healthy and feisty," said Onorato.
"When people say they're seeing all ..., 5 Aug 2014 [cached]
"When people say they're seeing all these panthers on their property, very often it's the same one coming back again and again," says Dave Onorato, a panther biologist with Florida's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
News Cougar Fund, 26 Oct 2010 [cached]
The cause of death is unknown, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologist Dave Onorato said Monday.
"You have to take into account ..., 24 Dec 2010 [cached]
"You have to take into account recruitment," said Dave Onorato, a research scientist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's panther section.
Onorato asked. "And panthers are moving. Because the population has increased since 1995, they're moving into areas where there are more roads."
The one proven way to limit vehicle-related deaths is to build wildlife crossings under roads.
"It's tough because of how expensive crossings are," Onorato said.
"The limiting factor is for females to get antsy and swim across the ditch to establish a breeding population," Onorato said.
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