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WILDLIFE

CONTRACTS

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We design. We implement. We find solutions.

Grants and contracts involving wildlife species, research, statutory compliance and habitat restoration.

 
 Wildlife Contracts Branch


The Arizona Game and Fish Department's Wildlife Contracts Branch is a new and innovative model of wildlife conservation, offering unique services to help conserve, restore and manage Arizona's natural resources. Our team of experts works with public agencies and private entities to perform high-quality scientific research in a variety of contexts. There are five major focus areas of the Branch. The focus areas include wildlife connectivity and habitat fragmentation mitigation; implementation of wildlife research contracts and grants to conduct sensitive species surveys, monitoring and distribution studies; in-lieu fee/mitigation banking habitat restoration and administration and implementation of a Natural Resources Damage Assessment and Restoration program; and renewable energy and its effects on wildlife.


    
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 Wildlife Contracts Branch Team

Within the Senior Staff leadership team for the Branch, there are four staff members with a Masters Degree and three Ph.D. level members. Senior staff represents well over 125 years of experience in the Wildlife Management and Ecology Fields. All members of the Branch are dedicated to furthering the Department’s mission of conserving, enhancing and restoring Arizona’s diverse wildlife resources and habitats and preserving and propagating wildlife, while fulfilling its statutory mandates.


 

 
 
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