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 By AZGFD    Hunting    October 1, 2020 

Non-Lead Ammo

Hunters asked to continue voluntary lead-reduction efforts this fall. Arizona hunters have proven their long-held commitment to wildlife conservation by voluntarily working to reduce the amount of lea... Full story

 
 By AZGFD    Boating    October 1, 2019

Aquatic Invasives

Record number of boat decontaminations in Arizona helps fight spread of aquatic invasives in Western states. The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) continues to help prevent the spread of... Full story

 
 By WOT    Wildlife    September 1, 2018

California Condors To Be Released

The public is invited to the release of the endangered California Condors. This will take place on Saturday, Sept. 22 at Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. There is nothing quite as iconic in the... Full story

 
 By WOT    Wildlife    September 1, 2018

Groups Aim To Boost Non-Lead Ammo

The North American Non-Lead Partnership (NANLP) — formed late last year by the Oregon Zoo, The Peregrine Fund and the Institute for Wildlife Studies — seeks to expand the coalition of hunters,... 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 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 WOT    Wildlife    January 1, 2017

Relict Leopard Frogs Not In Need Of Federal Protection

A frog species in Arizona and southern Nevada does not need federal protection under the Endangered Species Act, thanks to the multi-partner conservation efforts of the Arizona Game and Fish Departmen... Full story

 
 By AZGFD    Fishing    February 1, 2016

AZGFD Offers Fish Tips, 'New News'

Tip Alamo Lake can be a crappie hot spot this time of the year. Heavy rains might delay the great winter crappie bite, but it bodes well for the lake's productivity. Catfishing can still be... Full story

 
 By WOT    Wildlife    August 1, 2015

Condor Conservation Partners Expand Non-Lead Request

California condor conservation achieved a milestone last hunt season with a record number of big game hunters in the species' core range voluntarily using non-lead ammunition or removing... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Wildlife    September 15, 2014

Witness Endangered California Condors' Being Released To The Wild

California condors will be released to the wild in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in northern Arizona at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 27. The public is invited to observe the release from a... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Wildlife    July 15, 2014

Voluntary Programs More Successful Than Mandatory Bans

The Arizona Game and Fish Department disagrees with a recent appeal filed by environmental litigants to regulate lead ammunition on the Kaibab National Forest as the solution to lead poisoning in... Full story

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    June 15, 2014

Utah May Have Its First California Condor Chick Since Reintroduction

The Southwest Condor Workgroup - a cooperative venture between wildlife conservation and public land management agencies - optimistically reports that a California condor may have hatched in the wild... Full story

 
 By WOT    WOOT    March 15, 2014

Additional Adult Quagga Mussels Found In Lake Powell

The National Park Service and Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (UDWR) have recently detected additional adult quagga mussels in Lake Powell. Since this time last year, the water levels at Lake... Full story

 

Bear Country?

On Friday, Sept. 27, 2013 a bear cub showed up on the shoreline of Lake Powell. Visitors in Face Canyon were certainly surprised to see the little guy and even more amazed that he seemed right at... Full story

 

Clean, Dry, Drain!

You might have seen the “Don’t Move a Mussel” signs that have been at some statewide lakes. Now the Arizona Game & Fish Aquatic Invasive Species Program will be providing quagga mussel educational opportunities at Lake Pleasant, Bartlett Lake... Full story

 
 By AZGFD    Hunting    October 15, 2012

Arizona Hunters Deserve Recognition Re: Condors

Hunters in Arizona continue to prove to the critics that voluntary efforts to conserve endangered wildlife do work, often better than mandated measures. In the last five years, 80 to 90 percent of hun... Full story

 

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

 

Three 2012 Chicks Bring Total Condors To 77

Three 2012 Chicks Bring Total Condors To 77 Third wild-hatched California condor chick confirmed in Arizona-Utah population GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — A biologist from the Peregrine Fund was finally... Full story

 

Endangered California Condors Celebrate 15th Anniversary

Endangered California Condors Celebrate 15th Anniversary PHOENIX — The endangered California condor population that now spans Arizona and Utah is celebrating a significant milestone this month: the... Full story

 

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