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AZGFD Announces Winners Of 2023 Wildlife Photo Contest
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) has announced the winners of the 2023 wildlife photo contest. The 12 winning photographs are included in the full-size 2024 wildlife calendar that is... Full story
Margie Anderson's Favorite Indigenous People's Sites In Arizona
These Are My Favorite Indigenous People's Sites In Arizona. Because my dad was a Chippewa Indian and I'm a registered member of the Red Lake Band of Chippewas, I've always had an interest in the... Full story
34rd Annual Archaeology Expo At Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
(Phoenix, AZ - February 18, 2016) - For the entire month of March 2016, the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)/Arizona State Parks (ASP) is coordinating activities throughout the state for the... Full story
More Than 125,000 Trout Destined For Area Lakes, Autumn Anglers' Tables
OLYMPIA – With some 125,000 trout scheduled for stocking in western Washington lakes, area anglers should have an excellent chance at phenomenal fishing this fall and through the holiday season.... Full story
Grand Canyon National Park Tourism Creates $509 Million In Economic Benefits
A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that over 4.7 million visitors to Grand Canyon National Park in 2014 spent $509 million in communities near the park. That spending supported 7,846 jobs... Full story
Can You Co-Exist With Backyard Beavers?
Some streamside landowners find themselves battling backyard beavers that gnaw down trees and flood yards with their dams. But even after removing dams or even the beavers themselves, most streamside...
King County's Beaver Lake to receive 1,200 large hatchery rainbow trout
OLYMPIA - Anglers will soon have an opportunity to catch large trout this summer in Beaver Lake near Issaquah, thanks to the release of about 1,200 hatchery rainbows averaging about one pound each. Th... Full story