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Deadline to Apply For Fall Hunting Permits in Arizona is June 9

Applications are due on or before deadline – postmarks do not count PHOENIX — Time is running out for hunters wanting to apply for a fall hunt permit-tag for the 2009-10 hunting season. Applications for deer (including some archery-only), fall turkey, juniors-only javelina, bighorn sheep, buffalo, and pheasant are due…


Public Comments Sought on Arizona Fish Stocking Program So It Can Continue to Receive Federal Funding

Did you know that the feisty rainbow trout dancing on the end of your fishing line was most likely hatchery raised? Each year, the Arizona Game and Fish Department stocks more than 3 million fish for anglers to catch in approximately 160 of Arizona’s lakes, rivers and streams – mostly…


Dusky (blue) Grouse Range Expanded to Mogollon Rim by Arizona Game and Fish

Chicken-sized bird offers upland hunters and bird-watchers a unique opportunity PHOENIX —  The dusky “blue” grouse’s population and range are increasing in Arizona due to recent translocation efforts by the Arizona Game and Fish Department to offer upland hunters, bird watchers, and outdoor recreationists another area to enjoy this unique…


Learn More About Recreating in Arizona’s Great Outdoors

Hands-on workshop will teach the core basics of camping, fishing and hunting  Are you new to Arizona or would you like to learn more about how to participate in the exciting outdoor recreational opportunities that the state has to offer? The Arizona Game and Fish Department is hosting a weekend…


Endangered Fish Returned to Native Waters in Arizona

It’s been a plan long in the making, but yesterday, the first Gila topminnow fish were reestablished in their native Arizona waters as part of a new program aimed at enlisting the help of non-federal landowners to conserve this endangered species. A couple hundred fish were released into the TimBuckTwo…


Javelina Hunting Clinics Offered by Arizona Game and Fish

PHOENIX — Getting started in something new is always hard, be it a new hobby, skilled trade or other interest. The same holds true for hunting, prompting the Arizona Game and Fish Department to host several hunting workshops to teach the basics of hunting javelina. These informative workshops are taught…


5-stand Now Available at Ben Avery Clay Target Center

Variety is the Spice of Life For Target Shooters in Arizona PHOENIX — Recreational clay target shooters can now enjoy the challenge of 5-stand at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility’s Clay Target Center in Phoenix. The center has added 5-stand to augment its current offerings of trap, skeet and sporting…


Open House to Discuss Proposed Management Strategy for New Wildlife Area in the Cibola Valley

Project to restore 1300-acre site back to native riparian habitat PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department and the Bureau of Reclamation will host a public open house from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 2, to discuss the draft cooperative management plan for restoring native riparian habitat in the…


Arizona’s Online Hunter Safety Course Celebrates First Year

Participation indicates program accommodates future hunters PHOENIX – Time constraints and a reliance on technology have impacted all aspects of society, and the educational arena is no exception. Internet-based education programs—including hunter education—have evolved to better accommodate students’ schedules and learning needs in today’s fast-paced world. The Arizona Game and…


New Wildlife Viewing Website Includes “How To’s” and “Places To Go” In Arizona

What better way to spend a weekend than to get out and explore Arizona’s scenic beauty and natural treasures? Arizona is home to more than 900 animal species and 50 million public acres of natural land, making it an ideal destination. Now there is a Web site that provides wildlife…