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Adopt a Water Catchment

Are you the kind of person that wants to have a direct impact on wildlife in Arizona?  How about considering adopting a wildlife water development/catchment in your favorite area of the state?  It’s simple to do!  Just decide on your wildlife water development location and contact the Wildlife Manager that has responsibilities for that area to see if the need exists.  Once a site is selected, a simple schedule is established and then you report directly back to the Wildlife Manager as inspections are completed.  It’s a win-win for everyone: You become the steward of that catchment, freeing up the Wildlife Manger to focus on other important wildlife duties in that unit and wildlife benefit from your actions by having a reliable water source for their needs.  Contact the Wildlife Manger for the area that you’re interested in through their Regional Office.  Those phone numbers can be found on this web site or in the hunting and fishing regulations.

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