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 By AZGFD    Wildlife    April 1, 2018 

Operation Game Thief

Nearly 1,100 reports came into the 24×7 program Operation Game Thief to protect the state's wildlife. "Poachers are criminals." If you talk to any of the Arizona Game and Fish Department's wildlife...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Wildlife    April 1, 2018 

Desert Botanical Gardens Butterflies

You'll be surrounded by hundreds of butterflies native to the Southwest at the Desert Botanical Garden's Spring Butterfly Exhibit. Mingle with colorful painted ladies, zebra longwings and more with...

 
 By WOT    Wildlife    April 1, 2018 

Rabies

Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) officials are reminding individuals to take precautions to protect against rabies. Spring brings warmer weather and a rise in outdoor...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Wildlife    April 1, 2018 

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue knows that people love their pets. But sometimes hardship forces them apart. That's where we come in. As the only organization in the Valley focused on both pets and people...

 
 By AZBW    Wildlife    April 1, 2018 

Dolphins

Capt. Joe Dutra of Hornblower Cruises said he'd never seen anything like it. By Sarah Grieco - Published at 3:32 PM PST on Feb 15, 2013 | Updated at 9:30 AM PST on Feb 18, 2013 Thousands of dolphins...

 
 By AZBW    Wildlife    April 1, 2018 

Arizona Elk

For the first time in more than 150 years, elk are leaving their hoofprints on West Virginia soil. Dozens of elk that were captured and quarantined in January east of Flagstaff were loaded into a live...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    April 1, 2018 

Desert Tortoise

Approximately 50 desert tortoises will soon awaken from their winter slumber and the Arizona Game and Fish Tortoise Adoption program will once again be looking for good adoptive homes. There is no cha...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    April 1, 2018 

Black-Footed Ferret

Survey results shine light on recovery effort in Aubrey Valley, on Double O Ranch. The Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking volunteers to assist with spotlighting efforts to help document the...

 
 By AZSFWC    Wildlife    March 1, 2018
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AZSFWC - Arizona's 'Conserving Wildlife' License Plate Benefits Habitat, Education, Youth

Arizona Sportsmen for Wildlife Conservation's (AZSFWC) "Conserving Wildlife" license plate ended 2017 surpassing the prior year both in license plate sales and grant awards from the proceeds. Last...

 
 By WOT    Wildlife    March 1, 2018

The Humane Society of the United States Admits Major Defeat By A Coalition Of Arizona Wildlife Conservationists

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - The Humane Society of the United States and their Arizona Shell Organization, Arizonans for Wildlife, Admit Major Defeat by a Coalition of Arizona Wildlife Conservationists...

 
 By Jim Allen    Wildlife    March 1, 2018

Hybrid Calico Macaw

Ziggy is a handsome Hybrid Calico Macaw (Greenwing x Military Macaw) who is missing the toes on both feet as well as the portions of his wings where his flight feathers would grow. Most likely he was...

 
 By WDFW    Wildlife    February 1, 2018

WDFW On Sea Otters, Pygmy Rabbits, And Grizzly Bears

WDFW IS seeking comments on the draft status reviews for sea otters, pygmy rabbits, and grizzly bears. OLYMPIA – State wildlife managers are seeking public input on their recommendations to keep...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    February 1, 2018

Mexican Wolf Population Survey Flight Operations Began Mid-January

Residents of Alpine, Ariz., Reserve, N.M., and surrounding areas may notice a low-flying helicopter in the region between through Saturday, Feb. 3 as biologists conduct their annual Mexican wolf...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    February 1, 2018

AZGFD Studies Cormorant Impact On Wildlife, Fish

The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) prides itself on providing ample fishing opportunities for its legions of anglers and the state's growing populations of cormorants have taken notice....

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    February 1, 2018

Arizona Bald Eagle Breeding Season Leads To Restrictions

Each year as part of its highly successful program to manage and conserve bald eagles in the state, the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) asks outdoor recreationists, aircraft pilots, drone...

 

Helping People. Saving Pets

People love their pets. But sometimes hardship forces them apart. That's where we come in. As the only organization in the Valley focused on both pets and people in crisis, we are dedicated to...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    January 1, 2018

AZGFD Seeks Citizen Scientists To Aid In American Kestrel Project

Standing at less than 11 inches tall, the American kestrel is a mighty bird of prey, yet the future of this fierce little falcon is uncertain, as populations are on the decline nationally. Locally,...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    January 1, 2018

2017 Wildlife Photo Contest Winners Announced

Sometimes things happen when you least expect them. "I came upon this brave cactus wren taking on the cholla cactus," said Pamela Parker of Mesa, explaining how she got the winning shot of this...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    January 1, 2018

Game And Fish Commission Opposes Proposed Initiative To Ban Hunting Of Wild Cats

At its regular December meeting, the Arizona Game and Fish Commission passed a motion in opposition to a proposed ballot initiative that would ban the hunting of mountain lions and bobcats and...

 

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue - Home At Last

The Home At Last campaign will raise $1.75 million to purchase the building we currently occupy and make some significant renovations that include the following: • additional kennels to increase capacity • improvements to dog and cat living...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    January 1, 2018

Endangered Gila Topminnow Returns To Santa Cruz River Near Tucson

After an absence of more than 70 years, the endangered Gila topminnow has reappeared in the Santa Cruz River in northwest Tucson, fish surveys conducted in November confirm. Scientists were hopeful...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    January 1, 2018

Rescued - Be A Hero For Wildlife

You can help sick or injured wildlife not only on a Giving Tuesday, but also on any day of the year. The Arizona Game and Fish Department's Wildlife Center treats sick, injured or orphaned wildlife....

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    December 1, 2017

Wildlife Center Is Operated By AZGFD

The Arizona Game and Fish Department manages more than 800 native species and the public had a chance to visit with come of them on Wildlife Day in November. This free family friendly event was...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    December 1, 2017

Sandhill Cranes Wing Their Way Back To Arizona

It happens every year. As if on cue, they pick up and travel thousands of miles from places like Idaho, Wyoming and Montana, and some from as far away as Canada, Alaska and even Siberia. They are...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    December 1, 2017

Mount Graham Red Squirrels Impacted By Frye Fire

An annual survey of the endangered Mount Graham red squirrel showed a significant decline due to the effects of the lightning-caused Frye Fire in the Pinaleño Mountains of southeastern Arizona. The...

 

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