Arizona Hunting News

Arizona Hunt Guidelines Available Online
The 2009-10 Arizona Hunting and Trapping Regulations are available now at the Arizona Game and Fish Department's Web site.
Arizona GFD Accepting Public Input on Hunting Guidelines
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is accepting public input for revising the state's hunt guidelines now through the end of May. Comments may be submitted either electronically via email or mail them directly to the department headquarters in Phoenix.
Arizona Still CWD Free
The Arizona Game and Fish Department reports lab tests found no detection of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in any of the 2,343 testable samples from hunter-harvested or road-killed deer and elk during Arizona's 2008-09 hunting season.
Arizona Elk Society Conserving Coconino Nat. Forest
The Arizona Elk Society, in cooperation with the U. S. Forest Service, the Arizona Game and Fish Department, and the local livestock operator have made major strides in setting aside over 73,000 acres of diverse wildlife habitat in the Coconino National Forest.
Arizona Outdoor Expo March 28-29
Do you love the smell of gun powder in the morning or the sound of arrows whizzing through the air?
Arizona's Collared Jaguar Euthanized Tuesday
A collared jaguar from southern Arizona that was recaptured Tuesday for medical intervention has been euthanized after veterinarians determined the cat was in severe and unrecoverable kidney failure.
Arizona Collars First Wild Jaguar
Jaguar conservation has just experienced an exciting development with the capture and collaring of the first wild jaguar in Arizona by the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
Arizona GFC Will Offer Video Conferencing
Thanks to modern video conferencing techniques, those living in rural areas of Arizona will no longer have to travel long distances to participate in regularly scheduled Arizona Game and Fish Commission meetings.
Arizona Elk and Antelope Permit Apps Due Feb. 10
The 2009 Pronghorn Antelope and Elk Hunt Draw Information booklets are now available at all Arizona Game and Fish Department offices and license dealers statewide. Applications are now being accepted by mail only.
Archery Leagues at Arizona's Ben Avery Shooting Facility
Finding a safe and challenging place to shoot your bow and arrow is getting tougher each year. To help archers keep their skills sharp, the Ben Avery Shooting Facility is offering an eight-week long winter archery league starting January 7, 2009.