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 By AZGFD    Hunting    January 15, 2013

Online Application Service Now Available For Arizona's 2013 Elk, Pronghorn Hunts

The Arizona Game and Fish Department has announced that the online application service for Arizona’s 2013 elk and pronghorn antelope hunt draw is now available. Hunters who haven’t yet submitted... Full story


Too Cold To Boat?

Just because the temperatures are cooler now, that doesn't mean boating season is on hold! What better way to enjoy this refreshing weather — in many ways, Arizona’s finest time of year — by spending the day on the water? Well, the best place... Full story


Arizona - Bill Luke Bass Days

This year will be bigger than ever.... Full story


Coconino County, Ariz. Parks And Recreation Opens Ramadas,

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The Coconino County Parks and Recreation Department have begun begin taking reservations for picnic ramadas and the Fort Tuthill Campground. Picnic ramada reservations countywide may be made by calling the Parks and Recreation... Full story


Oracle, Arizona State Park Re-Opens For Weekends In February, March, April

Oracle State Park Center for Environmental Education will re-open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays beginning Feb. 2, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Spring activities will include the popular guided bird... Full story


Kartchner Caverns State Park Offers Hiking Trails,

Kartchner Caverns State Park (near Benson, Ariz.) is a wet, "live" cave with stunning limestone in Southeastern Arizona. Water percolates from the surface and calcium carbonate features continue to... Full story


January: Red Rock State Park Features

Red Rock State Park is the perfect place to experience the red rocks of Sedona, several hiking trails, bird-watching and daily special events that feature the opportunity to learn about local... Full story

 By AZGFD    Boating    January 15, 2013

Boat Safe, Boat Smart, Boat Sober!

Do not let the temperature outside fool you. Cold-water immersion and hypothermia can occur in water as cool as 70 degrees at any time of the year, even on a warm and sunny day. Arizona winters are... Full story


Mexican Wolf Set For Release In Arizona:

An adult male Mexican wolf, designated M1133, may soon be exploring its new territory in the Apache National Forest of east-central Arizona. The Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project’s interagency field team (IFT) recently received approval from Dr.... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    January 15, 2013

Survey Results Released For Desert Bighorn Sheep On Kofa NWR

The recently completed survey of the desert bighorn sheep population on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Kofa National Wildlife Refuge in Southwestern Arizona resulted in a population estimate... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    January 15, 2013

Eagle With Broken Wing Now Soars Free At Roosevelt Lake

After months of rehabilitation and preparation, Arizona’s only satellite-tracked bald eagle soared free yesterday when it was released at Roosevelt Lake by Arizona Game and Fish Department biologist... Full story


AZGFD Temporarily Closes Raymond Wildlife Area East Of Flagstaff

Recently, the Arizona Game and Fish Department temporarily closed to all public entry the Raymond Wildlife Area, located 30 miles east of Flagstaff. The closure will be in effect until March 7. Game and Fish decided on the closure to assist wildlife... Full story


Coyotes Curling Club Hope For Dedicated Facility

Dear Editor, The Coyotes Curling Club has been in business for over eight years and has been built on a solid foundation of membership enthusiasm, dedication, and spirit of volunteerism. Our club’s mission is to Promote access to and participation... Full story


Grand Canyon Lottery for 2014 Noncommercial River Trip Permits Opens February 1

Grand Canyon, Ariz. – On Friday, February 1, 2013 the National Park Service will begin accepting applications for noncommercial river trip permits to raft the Colorado River through Grand Canyon National Park. The permits will be for specific launc... Full story


Commission To Hold Public Hearing On Proposed Sportfishing Rules

OLYMPIA - The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will take public comment on proposed changes to the state’s sportfishing rules during a public meeting Feb. 8-9 in Olympia. The commission, a nine-member citizen panel appointed by the governor... Full story


No Need To Wait Until Spring To Catch Fish, Observe Wildlife In Washington

Temperatures are warming, birds are singing and spring chinook salmon are starting to move into the lower Columbia River. Spring is still a ways off, but February offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. This year’s return of spring... Full story


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