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Wildlife News - Oct. 29, 2014

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  • RMEF grant reinforces safety message in Arizona's hunter education program
  • Up to $1,500 in reward money available for information about pronghorn poaching case 
  • Preserve our access to public lands - volunteer for the Four Peaks Clean Up 
  • Arizona Game and Fish, volunteers and the Petrified Forest National Park remove fencing to benefit pronghorn
  • Game and Fish commits $1 million to improving deer and quail habitat
  • Two up-and-coming local Valley fishing spots: Gilbert and Avondale
  • "Arizona Wildlife Views" television honored with 8 Emmy┬« Awards
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  • New target range coming to the White Mountains
  • Tarahumara frogs return to Pajarito Mountains after 40-year absence

New target range coming to the White Mountains

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Volunteers encouraged to come out for Four Peaks Cleanup

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Important San Pedro River properties protected

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Tarahumara frogs return to Pajarito Mountains after 40-year absence

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