The AGFD has scheduled six public forums about developing hunts for deer, bighorn sheep, turkey, javelina, bison, bear, mountain lion, and small game.
A lot of hunters will be scrambling the next few days, sifting through Arizona’s complex draw process and filling out hunt permit-tag applications.
The clock is ticking for hunters who have yet to apply for 2017 hunt permit-tags issued through the draw process for pronghorn and elk.
Arizona State Parks and Trails and the Arizona Game and Fish Department are turning to OHV enthusiasts to help shape the future of the activity statewide.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking volunteers to assist with spotlighting efforts to document the population of endangered black-footed ferrets.
The 2017 Arizona Game and Fish Department Outdoor Expo, presented by Shikar Safari Club International, will be held Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26.
To learn more about these amazing birds and to see live eagles, the public is invited to attend the Annual Bald Eagle Celebration on Saturday, Feb. 25.
All of the leftover hunt permit-tags are available on a “first-come” basis. The Arizona Game and Fish Department has posted online a list of the leftover hunt permit-tags.
The Arizona GFD has announced that Arizona continues to be clear of CWD, a neurodegenerative wildlife disease that is fatal to deer and elk.
If you typically buy your license with a paper form, we encourage you to buy it online instead.
The AZGFC encourages the public, especially those interested in recreational target-shooting, to provide their input on management alternatives for the Sonoran Desert National Monument.
Arizona Game and Fish Department offers 10 outdoor ideas for 2017.
In response to President Obama designating two national monuments this week in Utah and Nevada, Governor Doug Ducey issued the following statement.
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission will recognize 17 people during the 2016 Commission Awards event wildlife advocates and volunteers.
Biologists with the Mexican Wolf IFT recently learned a fostered wolf pup introduced to a pack in 2014 has produced a wild offspring of her own.
Another year has passed and if a new off-highway vehicle (OHV) is in the cards this holiday season, the Arizona Game and Fish Department advises you to remember the wear the following equipment.
Pronghorn Antelope and Elk Hunt Draw Information booklets are expected to be available the first week of January at department offices, license dealers.
The BLM is seeking public input on recreational target-shooting management alternatives for the Sonoran Desert National Monument, near Gila Bend.
The Arizona GFW reminds all OHV drivers and passengers to wear the proper safety gear and ride responsibly in the wake multiple separate accidents.
Like a squadron of fighter jets, the cranes cupped their wings and dropped their long legs as they made their final approach over a spread of a dozen decoys.
Registration is now open for four educator workshops that will be taking place during the Spring 2017 semester. All workshops are free.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is excited about two exciting programs taking place in 2017.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department and the U.S. Fish, Wildlife Service recently received a photograph of a jaguar taken by a trail camera.
An annual survey of the Mount Graham red squirrel revealed a decline in the number of the endangered squirrels in the Pinaleño Mountains in south Arizona.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is pleased to be hosting a Power of Data Teacher Workshop in the Summer 2017 for anyone who’s interested.