Articles from the May 1, 2018 edition

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 By Carol L Allen    Events   

Arizona Boating & Watersports - On The Cover - May 2018

The cover photo from the National Safe Boating Congress (NSBC) reminds us that although boating safety is stressed during National Safe-Boating Week, May 19-May 25, it must be a priority all year 'rou... Full story


McMillan Stocks - Here Is Perfection For Your Rifle

Why would you want to pay for a custom gun stock? First of all, for the way it looks and feels -- McMillan offers a variety of colors and combinations so you can make your rifle one of a kind. More im... Full story

 By AZGFD    Shooting Sports    May 1, 2018

Arizona's National Archery In The Schools Program Sets Attendance Record

A total of 437 student archers representing 30 schools from throughout Arizona, participants on the state level of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP), recently competed in the 2018... Full story

 By AZGFD    RVing    May 1, 2018

Kids And OHVs - When Are They Ready To Safely Ride?

Exploring Arizona from an off-highway vehicle (OHV) provides a great way to view the state's beautiful scenery and spend quality time with family and friends. While children may be eager to climb... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    May 1, 2018

AZGFD's Operation Game Thief program Issued 76 Citations In 2017

AZGFD's Operation Game Thief program says "Poachers are criminals." If you talk to any of the Arizona Game and Fish Department's wildlife managers, you're likely to hear that phrase repeated as they... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    May 1, 2018

AZGFD Frog Study Helps Scientists Understand Disease Outbreak/Progression

AZGFD biologist is part of study that shows some amphibian species recover from infectious disease despite a persistently pathogenic fungus. The search for answers to protect Central American frogs... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    May 1, 2018

AZGFD Reminds Residents Not To Feed Wildlife

The Game and Fish Department reminds everyone to stop feeding wildlife following two javelina attacks near Sedona earlier this year. Both attacks were the result of people's feeding javelina at their... Full story

 By WOT    Wildlife    May 1, 2018

U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service Proposes Reclassification Of Humpback Chub

Through collaborative conservation efforts, the once-dwindling endangered humpback chub has been given a fighting chance against the currents of extinction, building a wild population large enough to... Full story

 By AZBW    Shooting Sports    May 1, 2018

AZGFD Asks Successful Spring Turkey Hunters For A Hand -- Uh, Leg

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking help from successful spring turkey hunters as it continues to monitor the state's wild turkey populations for an emerging disease. All hunters who... Full story

 By Margie Anderson    RVing    May 1, 2018

Monument Valley - It's One Of The Best Trips In Arizona

We decided to take the granddaughters to Monument Valley for spring break this year. Excellent decision! John and the girls had never been there, and I hadn't been there since I was a kid, so we were... Full story

 By GCNP    RVing    May 1, 2018

Grand Canyon National Park Tourism Creates Economic Benefits

Grand Canyon, AZ- A national park service report shows that more than 6.2 million recreational visitors to Grand Canyon National Park in 2017 spent $667 million in communities near the park. That... Full story


SB 880 Is Now In Effect

As of this morning, the law known as SB 880 is now in effect. The law bans certain mods on AR-15 rifles. You know, the really "evil features" like an adjustable stock and a pistol grip. When you read... Full story

 By Elle Innis    RVing    May 1, 2018

Ancient Morteros Have Tales To Tell - Hiking Arizona Trails

Arizona is known for its picturesque and rugged natural beauty. What better way to view the wilderness than to hike one of the thousands of trails throughout the state? While adventuring on foot,... Full story

 By ASA    Fishing    May 1, 2018

Senators Bring California Swordfish Fishing Into 21st Century

Alexandria, VA – May 1, 2018 – Leading recreational fishing organizations applauded Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) and Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) for introducing... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    May 1, 2018

Payson Wildlife Fair - Set for Saturday, May 12

PAYSON, Ariz. – On Saturday, May 12, Green Valley Park comes alive with a multitude of wildlife and outdoor fun activities for the whole family at the 24th Annual Payson Wildlife Fair. Catch a... Full story

 By WDFW    Shooting Sports    May 1, 2018

Mountain Goat Management Plan For Olympic National Park Released

PORT ANGELES, Wash. -- The National Park Service (NPS), the USDA Forest Service (USFS), and the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) have released the Mountain Goat Management... Full story

 By WDFW    Fishing    May 1, 2018

Columbia River Policy Review Looking For Public Comments

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is inviting people to share their views at four upcoming meetings in Ridgefield on a draft assessment of a state policy that guides... Full story

 By Karen Schumacher    Events   

The Coup d'état Over Idaho Land

There has been, and what is now a very aggressive agenda, to take and control Idaho land. Idahoans may not realize the magnitude of individuals and organizations involved so this is an overview of some, but not all, to provide an understanding of...  Website

 By Margie Anderson    Fishing    May 1, 2018

AZ Lakes AZ Pros Matt Shura At Hidden Lake

A new lake opened in Arizona just this year – Hidden Lake near Buckeye. This is a private lake, and you pay to get in, but you pay to get into any lake, right? Hidden Lake is being managed as a... Full story


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