Archive for May, 2009

Lend a hand, wildlife projects need your help

Lend a hand, wildlife projects need your help Compiled by Doug Burt, public information officer, AGFD If you are looking for a way to give back to wildlife or just to help out some organizations doing good work for Arizona, here’s a project that can use your help. June 13-14: Elk habitat improvement project (water […]

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Outdoor learning flourishes during youth turkey camps in the mountains

Outdoor learning flourishes during youth turkey camps in the mountains By Rory Aikens, public information officer, AGFD Courtesy photo: Successful junior spring turkey hunters COLCORD RIDGE, Mogollon Rim – The mountains, mentors, wildlife officers, volunteer instructors, gobblers, guides and even the wind had a lot to teach 180 or so camo-clad youngsters during the opening […]

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Arizona’s fall hunt application deadline is June 9

New this year: Pheasant applications now due the same day as fall deadline   May 15, 2009 PHOENIX — It may be 100 degrees outside, but fall is right around the corner – the fall hunting application deadline, that is. Sportsmen, women and children looking forward to hunting in Arizona this fall have until Tuesday, […]

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First Cowboy Mounted Shooting Action Arena in the World Available for Public Use

The first public use Cowboy Mounted Action Shooting Action arena (also refured to as action shooting or mounted shooting) has opened at the Arizona Game and Fish Ben Avery Shooting Facility. The Arizona Game and Fish Ben Avery Shooting Facility is located at Carefree Highway and Interstate 17 just north of Phoenix, Arizona. The first […]

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