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 By AZBW    Wildlife    July 1, 2018

ADHS Reminds Residents To Take Precautions To Prevent Rabies

Outdoor recreationists and other members of the public are reminded, as always, to enjoy wildlife from a distance. Rise In Rabies Cases The Arizona Department of Health Services on June 19 issued a ne...

 
 By GCNP    Wildlife    July 1, 2018

Rangers At GCNP Remind Visitors To View Wildlife Safely

Rangers at Grand Canyon have responded to several human-animal interactions in the last few weeks, one of which resulted in serious, but not life-threatening injuries to a visitor. The National Park S...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Wildlife    July 1, 2018

Please Help These Dogs

PLEASE HELP -- These four dogs, rescued from a hoarding situation, have now been shaved, neutered and received their shots, thanks to Desert Tails Shelter Animal Shelter Scottsdale. They have...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Wildlife    July 1, 2018

Purple Paw Club

It's a "paw"sitively rewarding experience! Purple Paw Club encourages respect and empathy for all living things through fun activities and plenty of animal interactions! Purple Paw Club camp is an exc...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Wildlife    July 1, 2018

Special Delivery

SPECIAL DELIVERY! -- These tiny babes came to us from a hoarding situation in Pinal County. They will be with some of our amazing fosters for the next four weeks until they are old enough to be...

 
 By WDFW    Wildlife    July 1, 2018

WDFW Reopens Wildlife Area Roads, Campgrounds In Okanogan County

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has reopened several roads and campgrounds at three wildlife areas and numerous water access sites in Okanogan County that were...

 
 By WOT    Wildlife    June 1, 2018

Fox Tests Positive For Rabies

The Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) confirmed in May that a fox tested positive for rabies. The fox was found in a wooded area north of Interstate 40, west of Milton Road and...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    June 1, 2018

Feeding Wildlife

People who feed wild animals are creating a public safety problem in Arizona's Rim Country. Incidents of wildlife endangering people and their pets in this region have increased over the past few...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Wildlife    June 1, 2018

Good Bye Old Friend

ZIRA – On May 14, our Production Manager Angie Ogden and her husband Tim said goodbye to their Zira Dog (aka Princess Warrior Dog). As Angie said, "She left us with a paw-shaped hole in our hearts;...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Wildlife    June 1, 2018

Lost Our Home

When you donate to Lost Our Home Pet Rescue, not only are you helping puppies like Dwight find his forever home, you are providing a helping hand to people who fall on hard times because no one...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Wildlife    June 1, 2018

Fur & Feather Animal Assistance

Hello everybody! We hope this update finds you all doing well and looking forward to summer. A lot has happened over the last few months. We have many new additions to the Fur and Feather family. Our...

 

Adventures With An Older Dog

We recently lost our old French Brittany, Rosie. She was an amazing hunter, a tireless hiker, a lover of children, and a fishing fool. She had almost reached the ripe old age of 17 – she would have...

 
 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...

 
 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...

 
 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...

 
 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...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    April 1, 2018

Operation Game Thief

Nearly 1,100 reports came into the 24×7 program Operation Game Thief to protect the state's wildlife. "Poachers are criminals." If you talk to any of the Arizona Game and Fish Department's wildlife...

 

Desert Botanical Gardens Butterflies

You'll be surrounded by hundreds of butterflies native to the Southwest at the Desert Botanical Garden's Spring Butterfly Exhibit. Mingle with colorful painted ladies, zebra longwings and more with...

 
 By WOT    Wildlife    April 1, 2018

Rabies

Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) officials are reminding individuals to take precautions to protect against rabies. Spring brings warmer weather and a rise in outdoor...

 

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue knows that people love their pets. But sometimes hardship forces them apart. That's where we come in. As the only organization in the Valley focused on both pets and people...

 
 By AZBW    Wildlife    April 1, 2018

Dolphins

Capt. Joe Dutra of Hornblower Cruises said he'd never seen anything like it. By Sarah Grieco - Published at 3:32 PM PST on Feb 15, 2013 | Updated at 9:30 AM PST on Feb 18, 2013 Thousands of dolphins...

 
 By AZBW    Wildlife    April 1, 2018

Arizona Elk Arrive In West Virginia

For the first time in more than 150 years, elk are leaving their hoofprints on West Virginia soil. Dozens of elk that were captured and quarantined in January east of Flagstaff were loaded into a live...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    April 1, 2018

Desert Tortoise

Approximately 50 desert tortoises will soon awaken from their winter slumber and the Arizona Game and Fish Tortoise Adoption program will once again be looking for good adoptive homes. There is no cha...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    April 1, 2018

Black-Footed Ferret

Survey results shine light on recovery effort in Aubrey Valley, on Double O Ranch. The Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking volunteers to assist with spotlighting efforts to help document the...

 
 By AZSFWC    Wildlife    March 1, 2018
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AZSFWC - Arizona's 'Conserving Wildlife' License Plate Benefits Habitat, Education, Youth

Arizona Sportsmen for Wildlife Conservation's (AZSFWC) "Conserving Wildlife" license plate ended 2017 surpassing the prior year both in license plate sales and grant awards from the proceeds. Last...

 

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