Phoenix, AZ -(AmmoLand.com)- If you enjoy wildlife and the outdoors, you won’t want to miss the debut of the new season of Arizona Wildlife Views at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7, on Arizona PBS (Channel 8.1, or Channel 1008 on Cox Cable or CenturyLink).
The show will also air on Arizona PBS Channel 8.2 (Cox Channel 80) at various times.
The Emmy-award-winning television program will open your eyes to the best of our state’s wildlife, wild places and outdoor adventure through spectacular video and compelling stories.
Featured stories from the first episode include:
- A Triumph for Pronghorn – See the impressive results of a 4-year project designed to save a diminishing herd of pronghorn antelope in southeastern Arizona.
- New Heights for Arizona Bald Eagles – 2015 was a great year for bald eagles in Arizona. Find out why as biologists take home-schooled kids and members of the media to an eagle's nest to band two nestlings.
- Did You Know? – Official Wildlife of Arizona – Find out which critters made the cut to become Arizona's official state bird, reptile, amphibian, mammal, fish and butterfly.
Last season, Arizona Wildlife Views won eight regional Emmy Awards in four different categories, and with dozens of new stories, the show has something for everyone.
Those who miss an episode or are interested in viewing past episodes can subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.YouTube.com/azgfd. You can search for new programs, old favorites, or any topic in our video library.
Arizona Wildlife Views is produced by the Information Branch of the Arizona Game and Fish Department. The new 13-episode season will continue to air at 4:30 p.m. each Sunday on Arizona PBS. The show also airs at various times on Arizona Public Media’s UA Channel and more than 30 city cable channels across the state.
Check local listings for show dates and times.
About the Arizona Game and Fish Department:
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is the state agency charged with conserving the entire range of wildlife within our borders, from big game such as elk and deer to smaller mammals, reptiles and fish. The Department is one of the nation’s leading proponents of the “North American Model of Wildlife Conservation,” which relies on sound science, public participation, active habitat management, strict regulation and active law enforcement to sustain wildlife populations.
For more information, visit: www.azgfdportal.az.gov.