M P Enterprises

M P Enterprises Land sales, game and fish, and promoting kid safety in the wild

We are MP Enterprises and H & H Wildlife. We're associated with Florida Game and Fish. My employer has hunting leases reports on fishing and gaming conditions, He finances and sells land. On Saturdays we generally do expos and participate in local parades and festivals. We maintain various properties and care for deer, fish and other critters. Weekends, we generally take the deer out to greet the public. We love the great outdoors.

Thank you, Carolyn Prescott!
06/08/2019

Thank you, Carolyn Prescott!

Come on out and see us at Falling Waters State Park today!
09/29/2018

Come on out and see us at Falling Waters State Park today!

M P Enterprises's cover photo
09/29/2018

M P Enterprises's cover photo

06/02/2018
11Alive

Quite often does are hiding in the thick. Allow time for the doe to come and get her fawn, if you can.

SO SWEET! MOM TO THE RESCUE!

This baby deer was scared crossing the road, so its mom had to come to save him.

Jessie Larson said she turned off her car to let them have their moment and calm down.

Thank you for visiting us at the Panhandle Watermelon Festival!
06/25/2016

Thank you for visiting us at the Panhandle Watermelon Festival!

06/23/2016
Pensacola News Journal

Safety message

Know how to spot and survive a rip current? It's crucial to know this info around here.

Bring your Easter basket and join us at the Community Egg Hunt today at 5:30 to 7 PM
03/23/2016

Bring your Easter basket and join us at the Community Egg Hunt today at 5:30 to 7 PM

Spring breakers!
03/23/2016

Spring breakers!

Daring deer rescued
A kayaker flagged down Major Bruce Cooper while he was on patrol. She was concerned since she watched two deer on the beach run directly into the water and swim away from shore. Major Cooper immediately searched the area and spotted two small heads in the water more than 1,000 yards from shore. As he approached the deer, they appeared to be fatigued and disoriented from trying to fight against the two-to-four foot waves. Major Cooper was able to guide them toward shore and gently navigate them back to land. When the doe and her yearling finally reached the beach, they ran to safety over the dunes and into St. Andrews State Park!

Become an FWC Law Enforcement officer: http://myfwc.com/get-involved/employment/law-enforcement/

#PanamaCityBeach #GulfofMexico

John got his first deer.
11/27/2015

John got his first deer.

Kids Safety Expo
07/19/2015
Kids Safety Expo

Kids Safety Expo

If you went to the Wal-Mart in Lynn Haven today, you may have noticed people stopping to take pictures of a white deer. But today wasn't about the deer, it was about the message the deer's owner brings with him.

07/19/2015
Hundreds Attend Kid Safety and Fun Expo

Hundreds Attend Kid Safety and Fun Expo

Hundreds of kids came out to the Lynn Haven Walmart Saturday to learn about safety and meet some new furry friends.

06/23/2015
WCHS & WVAH TV

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GOING VIRAL: A Florida couple got a GIGANTIC surprise at the end of their fishing pole off Sanibel Island via our sister station KTVL CBS 10 News, Medford

04/27/2015
Prima ZOOM

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Krásnou velikonoční neděli přejí sovy!

Merry Christmas and Have a Happy New Year!
12/31/2014

Merry Christmas and Have a Happy New Year!

Buckaroo at Christmas parade
12/30/2014

Buckaroo at Christmas parade

bear in tree at St. Andrews
04/14/2014

bear in tree at St. Andrews

Florida Fish and Wildlife officials are on the scene of a bear in a tree in the St. Andrews area.

12/25/2013

Merry Christmas to you and yours!!

Merry Christmas, Wausau, from M P Enterprises and H & H Wildlife.
12/17/2013

Merry Christmas, Wausau, from M P Enterprises and H & H Wildlife.

M P Enterprises's cover photo
12/17/2013

M P Enterprises's cover photo

Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good and His love is eternal.  Psalm 118:1
11/28/2013

Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good and His love is eternal. Psalm 118:1

Happy Thanksgiving!
We are thankful for land, water, wildlife and all of Florida’s natural resources. Nowhere else can you find the magical islands of the Florida Keys or the unique "River of Grass" known as the Everglades. Gaze into the crystal clear waters of Florida's many natural springs, walk through the peaceful forests of Northern Florida or take in the stunning beaches of Florida's Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. We give thanks to all of the agencies and organizations along with every individual that works toward preserving those natural resources. From making a call to our Wildlife Alert Hotline to save a single animal in distress, to those that work to protect an entire species. If we all keep working together, many future generations will be able to enjoy Florida’s hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation. What are you thankful for?

More of what we are thankful for: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbN1PEcLSLw

#Florida #Nature #Thanksgiving

Way to go, McKenna!
11/23/2013

Way to go, McKenna!

11/21/2013
Pate's Annual Deer Hunt

Sharing Clint Pate's status.

The Deer Hunting Event is starting to take shape. We are starting to receive several sponsorship donations. If you or anyone that you know, would like to promote your business in the panhandle hunting world, please contact Anthony Pate at 850-339-9281. Things needed are items for a silent auction, gift certificates and monetary donations. Entry information will be coming in the next few days.

Sarah and M P at Rodeo Parade last year.
09/10/2013

Sarah and M P at Rodeo Parade last year.

turkey lurkey
08/27/2013

turkey lurkey

Hen with chicks (poults)


The Wild Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) is native to North America and is the heaviest member of the diverse Galliformes. It is the same species as the domestic turkey, which was originally derived from a southern Mexican subspecies of Wild Turkey (not the related Ocellated Turkey). Although native to North America, the turkey probably got its name due to the domesticated variety being imported to Britain in ships coming from the Levant via Spain. The British at the time therefore, associated the Wild Turkey with the country Turkey and the name stuck.

The Real Florida
08/18/2013

The Real Florida

Sunrise over Little Lake Harris - Howey in the Hills (3-19-2011) by Ken Badgley

If you see any strange snakes, call the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
08/15/2013
FWC asks public to report sightings of rare snakes

If you see any strange snakes, call the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologists are asking the public to report sightings of three rare snake species: Florida pine snake, southern hognose snake and short-tailed snake. Continue reading →

Different photos
08/04/2013

Different photos

Chipola hosts FWC Hunter Safety Course
08/04/2013
Chipola hosts FWC Hunter Safety Course

Chipola hosts FWC Hunter Safety Course

Chipola College hosted the range portion of the Florida Wildlife Commission’s Hunter Safety Course July 27 at the Reddoch Firing Range.

two day sport: (July 24 and July 25)
07/18/2013
FWC News Release: Spiny lobster seasons begin soon

two day sport: (July 24 and July 25)

The two-day sport season occurs on the last consecutive Wednesday and Thursday in July each year (July 24 and 25, 2013). Commercial fishermen may begin putting their traps in the water Aug. 1, and recreational and commercial fishermen may harvest spiny lobsters starting Aug. 6.

07/18/2013
07.13.13 Last Snapper

The Bandit Brothers ♥

Last dive of the Summer Snapper season. On Captain Chad Toner's 27' World Cat. Great day for spearfishing off the Pensacola coast.

Thank you @Christopher-Rachel Lauen for visiting us at the Children's Expo at the Holmes County Library today and taking...
06/14/2013

Thank you @Christopher-Rachel Lauen for visiting us at the Children's Expo at the Holmes County Library today and taking a picture.

M P Enterprises's cover photo
06/09/2013

M P Enterprises's cover photo

Fishing on the Choctawhatchee River.
06/09/2013

Fishing on the Choctawhatchee River.

Huge!
05/23/2013

Huge!

Record-setting Burmese python found in Florida
Jason Leon was riding late at night in a rural area of southeast Miami-Dade County when he and his passenger spotted what turned out to be an 18-foot, 8-inch Burmese python. He didn't know at the time it was that big! Only about 3 feet of the snake was sticking out of the roadside brush. Jason stopped his car, grabbed the snake behind its head and started dragging it out of the brush. When the snake began to wrap itself around his leg, he called for assistance from others and then he was able to kill the snake with a knife. Luckily, Jason once owned Burmese pythons as pets and has experience handling this nonvenomous constrictor species. University of Florida scientists examined the snake and found that it was 128 pounds and female, not carrying eggs at the time. The previous record length for a Burmese python captured in the wild in Florida was 17 feet, 7 inches. This Burmese python is now documented to have set a record as the longest Burmese python captured in Florida.

The Burmese python is an invasive species that has negative impacts on the Everglades ecosystem and its native wildlife. The FWC actively coordinates with local, state and federal partners, including university researchers, native tribes and nongovernmental organizations, on the research, management and capture of pythons. The general public should not try handling or capturing this snake because of its strength and size.

Please report sightings of exotic species to IveGot1.org or 1-888-IveGot1 (1-888-483-4861). There is also a free smart phone app IVEGOT1.

Flickr Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/myfwcmedia/sets/72157633542222098/
Full Story: http://www.flickr.com/photos/myfwcmedia/sets/72157633542222098/Thanks to:
The Nature Conservancy’s Python Patrol Program
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Venom Response Program
University of Florida’s Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center
USFWS

05/18/2013

Finding bedding bream can be a needle-in-a-haystack proposition, but anglers can take shortcuts to confine their search. Bream like to nest on flats, a lot of times where there's something different—brush, stumps, lily pads, etc. So this is where to start searching for a bedding area. Look in protected coves with the right water depth relative to its clarity. Unless the water is extremely clear, hunt for beds in 6 feet or less.

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Chipley, FL
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