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The Wildlife News is now being distributed in the first and third weeks of every month. We look forward to bringing you more detailed and comprehensive information on the activities of the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
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Wildlife News - Feb. 26, 2009
* Biologists begin monitoring collared jaguar
* Public forums let you provide input on planned recommendations for the 2009-10 hunt regulations
* See Arizona’s state mammal, learn about OHV laws, buy wildlife assets, and participate in fun activities at the Sportsmen’s Exposition
* Wildlife research may change deer management on the Kaibab
* Next commission meeting is March 6-7 in Phoenix
* Nestwatchers help bald eagle population grow in Arizona
* Public scoping comment deadline on fish stocking program is March 6
* Ride responsibly when using OHVs while hunting
* Condors from Oregon and Idaho to join Arizona’s flock
* Increased firearms sales set a positive trend for upcoming outdoor events in Arizona
* Escape to a bygone era when Pistoleros roamed the Wild West
* Tres Rios Nature & Earth Festival scheduled for March 7-8 in Avondale
* 2009 Game and Fish Outdoor Expo to be best yet

Wildlife News - Feb. 13, 2009
* See early American history come to life at Muzzle Loader shoot
* Support wildlife in Arizona by becoming a volunteer
* Visit Game and Fish at the ISE show
* Public comment period reopened on Arizona fish stocking program
* Unique jaguar makes public debut
* Cowboys to show off their six-shooters at Winter Range
* Desert cleanup effort brings folks outdoors and reconnects them to nature
* Kids love the outdoors – if you give them a chance
* Discover Arizona’s stunning wildlife with comprehensive viewing guide
* Bring your family to the free Game and Fish Outdoor Expo
* Public comments sought on Western Renewable Energy Zones maps and data
* Alamo Lake cleanup is Feb. 28

Wildlife News - Jan. 29, 2009
* Quail season ends Feb. 8
* Ten tips when applying for elk and/or antelope hunting permits
* Bikers soar to help sick and injured wildlife
* New range offers great opportunities for West Valley target shooters
* Stay engaged in federal land management planning efforts
* Next commission meeting is Feb. 6-7 in Phoenix
* Volunteers needed to clean up after desert “litterbugs”
* Department is expanding efforts at upcoming ISE outdoor show
* Join Game and Fish on a ferret-finding mission
* Tres Rios Nature & Earth Festival scheduled for March 7-8 in Avondale
* Make plans to attend the Game and Fish Outdoor Expo in March

Wildlife News - Jan. 15, 2009
* Arizona anglers are getting an 11-mile river fishing bonus
* Wings Over Willcox set for this weekend
* Game and Fish Expo set for March 28-29
* Arizona’s pronghorn get an instant population boost
* Urban lakes received “lunker-sized” incentive trout
* Off-highway laws spark January rush for new decals
* Elk and antelope hunting permit applications are due by Feb. 10
* Meet the Arizona Game and Fish Commission this Saturday 
* Arizona wildlife officer wins NWTF award
* Archery 3-D fun shoot for all
* Public comments sought on proposed rulemakings
* Becoming an Outdoors Woman program set
* More hunters are using non-lead bullets in condor country

Wildlife News - Dec. 30, 2008
*New state OHV laws go into effect Jan. 1
*New Apprentice Hunting License offers a “test drive” at no cost
*Meet the Arizona Game and Fish Commission at January meeting
*Honor your fellow conservationists at the Commission Awards Banquet
*Hunting seasons that carry over into January require a 2009 hunting license
*Yuma open house to provide details on the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program and backwater site selection near Yuma
*Ben Avery Shooting Facility has shooting programs for all
*Annual Bald Eagle Workshop set for Flagstaff
*Give a magazine gift subscription and get a free wildlife calendar
*Arizona Wildlife Views television series begins new season in January on PBS
*2009 Outdoor Expo slated for late March

Wildlife News - Dec. 18, 2008
* 2009 antelope and elk regulations are available online
* Thousands of wintering cranes create a wildlife spectacle
* Michigan man assessed $14,995 for killing trophy elk near homes
* Outdoor recreationists: Respect the land, or risk losing access
* Public comment deadline on fish stocking issues ends Friday
* Verde Valley man receives jail sentence for continued disregard of wildlife laws
* Grants offered for public shooting range development
* Want a free 2009 Wildlife Calendar?
* Two more California condor chicks flying free at Grand Canyon
* Reserve your spot at the Commission Awards Banquet
* Make plans for a javelina hunt this spring; leftover tags available
* Commission to hold its ‘09 meetings in Phoenix to save costs
* Archery leagues for the New Year at Ben Avery Shooting Facility
* Last-minute gift ideas from Game and Fish

Wildlife News Dec. 4, 2008
* Leftover spring hunt tags available
* Help protect Arizona’s bald eagles: Respect closure areas
* Next commission meeting is Dec. 5-6 in Casa Grande
* Archery-only deer hunters: Some hunting areas are not open during December nonpermit-tag hunts
* Biologists discover gizzard shad population explosion at Roosevelt
* Affordable wildlife-friendly gift ideas for those on your holiday list
* Winter conditions may cause restrictions on forest road travel
* Mearns’ quail season opens: Outlook is excellent
* 2008 survey results released for Kofa bighorn sheep
* New OHV laws take effect Jan. 1, 2009.
* Deadline approaching for public comments on fish stocking issues
* Tickets available for Commission Awards Banquet
* Hunters can still help monitor for chronic wasting disease
* Welcome Back the Trout celebration heralds that the winter season is underway
* Endangered jaguar undergoes first surgery

Wildlife News - Nov. 20, 2008
* Public comments still sought on Arizona fish stocking program
* Draw results for spring hunts are available
* International conservation program brings endangered jaguar to Arizona
* Late dove season begins Friday, Nov. 21
* Critical land and water along San Pedro River permanently protected
* Be aware that new OHV laws will take effect Jan. 1
* 100,000 rainbows swimming toward urban lakes this winter
* Adopt-A-Ranch Program shows that collaborative conservation works
* New wolf pack roaming eastern Arizona
* Backwater site selection continues for Lower Colorado River native fish conservation
* BLM seeks public input on Table Mesa area

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