If you are just getting started, you may want to begin with our Manatee Facts and Manatee FAQ pages.
Don't forget the "In This Section" menu bar at the right side of the page. You'll find links to other manatee-related topics there.
To Report an Injured or Stranded Manatee: If you are reporting an injured manatee in Florida, please call 1-888-404-FWCC (3922), or #FWC or *FWC on your cell phone.
Residents of Maryland, North Carolina, or any eastern state north of Florida should report manatee sightings to their local wildlife officials.
Report manatees in Alabama and Mississippi by calling DISL's Manatee Sighting Network at 1-866-493-5803. For Louisiana, call the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries at 1-800-442-2511, and for Texas, call the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network at 1-800-9-MAMMAL (800-962-6625).
Teachers and Students: We have a variety of resources at our Education Materials page. There's some links to other good sources on manatees and career information for people interested in marine mammal science at our Manatee Links page. And for fun, check out Cool Manatee Stuff
Interested in Seeing Manatees? Go to Manatee Viewing Areas or watch Manatee Webcams
Protection Tips: We've got protection tips for boaters and some for divers and swimmers. If you boat in Florida, get one of our free waterproof banners. Boaters can also get a free boat decal, or you can get a free public awareness sign if you are a Florida shoreline property owner.
Get More Info: Sign up for our free email lists. Get the Paddle Tales E-Newsletter, Action Alerts,
or Manatee Gift notices.
Questions? If you've looked over all the pages in this section and still can't find the answer to your manatee question, please send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest in manatees!