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Sierra Vista Fun
Check out the river that runs "backwards" on this trip. We have a tendency to head north most of the time when we leave town, but we have learned the error of our ways. There are a lot of great... Full story
AZGFD Arizona Wildlife Treasure
Thank You AZGFD For Sharing Here is a look at just a few of the wide variety in our state. How Did The Bighorn Sheep Cross The Road? The bighorn sheep population in northwest Arizona is important to o... Full story
Arizona's Wilderness Areas
There are 90 wilderness areas in our state - a total of 4,512,120 acres. That's a lot of country! But what exactly is a wilderness area, what can you do there, and how does a place become a... Full story
Jaguar Confirmed As 'New Visitor'
Scientists at the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) completed an independent analysis of trail cam photos of a jaguar in the Huachuca Mountains and confirmed that the animal has not been seen... Full story
Five Reasons to Visit Southern Arizona
In summer, we always seem to think of going to the high country - Flagstaff, Payson, the White Mountains - but Southern Arizona has some absolutely gorgeous places to visit, and the weather is great.... Full story
Beat The Heat Visit The Cool Places In Our State
The wonderful thing about living in Arizona is that we have such a range of altitudes and ecosystems. When it's too cold up north, we can mess around in the desert, and when the desert is broiling, we... Full story
Saguaro National Park, Colossal Cave
This is a gorgeous time of year to visit Saguaro National Park. There are two different parts to this park: the Tucson District west of Tucson, and the Rincon District which is just southeast of... Full story
It's A 'Star Party'
Kartchner Caverns State Park will host a Star Party on Saturday, Sept. 20. Come and spend an evening with your family and friends and observe the wonders of the night sky through astronomers'... Full story
Arizona: US Forest Service to Temporarily Prohibit Recreational Shooting in Parts of Coronado National Forest
Yesterday, the U.S. Forest Service announced that beginning on July 1, 2014, the Coronado National Forest, Sierra Vista Ranger District, will close Ash and Hunter Canyons to all recreational shooting... Full story
View Nighttime Stars And Celestial Bodies
(Phoenix Arizona - June 23, 2014) - Kartchner Caverns State Park will host a Star Party on Saturday, September 20, 2014. Come and spend an evening with your family and friends and observe the wonders... Full story
2014‐15 New to Hunting Listing Annual Hunt Regulations
2014‐15 New to Hunting Listing Annual Hunt Regulations Doug Burt via HAHWG solicitation 2014 (new) June – July: Outdoor Skills Summer Adventure Camps Info: Multiple 5‐day, day and overnight camp... Full story
AZGFD Analyzing New Photo Of Possible Endangered Cat
TUCSON, Ariz. — The Arizona Game and Fish Department is currently analyzing a recent trail camera photo of either a jaguar or an ocelot sighted southeast of Tucson. The photo includes only the tail and a small portion of a hind quarter of the anima...
Autumn Angling Gets Active In Arizona
Even though each night is two minutes longer, the nighttime temperatures still remain in the upper 70s and 80s, so our larger desert impoundments are experiencing a slow cool down this season so far.... Full story
New trail camera photos of an ocelot in the Huachuca Mountains are now being analyzed by the Arizona Game and Fish Department to determine if it is the same one sighted there twice in 2011. The... Full story
The Early Bird Gets The Fish!
According to Stew Kohnke, our Alamo Lake wildlife manager (and one of my favorite fishing partners when he doesn't outfish me too badly), some boats are catching 20-plus crappies in a day. Most boats... Full story