Arizona Wildlife Views TV show nominated for Emmy

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September 15th, 2008

Arizona Wildlife Views TV show nominated for Emmy
The producers of Arizona Wildlife Views, the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s television show, have been nominated for a Rocky Mountain Southwest Emmy award in the Environment Program category.

Producers Carol Lynde and Gary Schafer were nominated for “Wildlife on the Move,” an episode about a pronghorn capture and relocation, the release of new condors into the wild, and the translocation of a herd of bighorn sheep. Both Lynde and Shafer have previously won Emmy awards.

This year’s Emmy winners will be announced on Oct. 4.

The Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences includes Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Wyoming and parts of California.

Arizona Wildlife Views is produced by the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s audio-visual section and introduces viewers to wildlife, fishing, hunting, boating, off-roading and many other topics. The show typically runs 13 new episodes each fall on PBS stations in Phoenix and Tucson and is picked up by cable stations throughout the state. To learn more about the show or to view past episodes, visit www.azgfd.gov/tv.


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