Arizona Wildlife Views television series begins new season in January on PBS

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January 5th, 2009

The award-winning wildlife television show produced by the Arizona Game and Fish Department begins a new season Jan. 18, 2009 on PBS KAET channel 8 every Sunday at 5 p.m.

Arizona Wildlife Views has 13 brand new episodes that explore Arizona’s unique outdoor landscapes, incredibly diverse wildlife, and conservation success stories by the Game and Fish Department. Each episode is certain to entertain viewers of all ages.

Air dates and topics include:

  • Show 1 – Jan. 18: Upper Verde River Wildlife Area, 47 Ranch, and Bird Talk
  • Show 2 – Jan. 25: 100th Bighorn sheep translocation, Wings over Willcox, and Bat Cave
  • Show 3 – Feb. 1: Lees Ferry Flood, Nature Song, and Lake Stocking
  • Show 4 – Feb. 8: Cardboard Boats, Payson Kids, Native Fish, and ADA Field
  • Show 5 – Feb. 15: Most Remote Wildlife Manager, and Water Catchment
  • Show 6 – Feb. 22: Johnson Lawsuit, 2008 Expo, Blast from Past, and Wildflowers
  • Show 7 – Mar. 1: Bald Eagle Release, Turtle Capture, and Fish Hatcheries
  • Show 8 – Mar. 8: Bald Eagle Banding, National Trails Day, and Predators
  • Show 9 – Mar. 15: Fence Removal, Arizona Wildlife Views Magazine, and Rattlers on the Move
  • Show 10 – Mar. 22: Legends Clay Target Shoot, Desert Tortoises, and “Splash”
  • Show 11 – Mar. 29: Envirothon, Hummingbirds, and New Game & Fish Headquarters
  • Show 12 – Apr. 5: Gould’s Turkey Youth Hunt, Pets Afield, and Gila Monsters
  • Show 13 – Apr. 12: Watercraft Law Enforcement School, Safe Harbor, Dust Abatement, and Tavasi Marsh

To catch a glimpse of the shows online visit the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s Web site at www.azgfd.gov/tv.

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