Arizona hunters are reminded of the new Arizona Game and Fish Commission rule R12-4-303.A.5, which prohibits the use of trail cameras
Federal law enforcement officers recovered the carcass of the wolf from the Saffel Canyon Road (RTE 76) in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest on February 19, 2021.
Arizona Game and Fish Department encourages outdoor recreationists, aircraft pilots, drone operators, and motorized paragliders to do their part by not disturbing the state’s 89 eagle breeding areas.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is investigating the poaching of a bull elk that was killed in late August north of Heber in Game Management Unit 4B.
After a graceful half-mile flight across Horseshoe Lake, the 3-year-old bald eagle released back into the wild by Arizona Game and Fish Department and Liberty Wildlife was free once again.
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. 23, 2019, at the Arizona Game and Fish Department
Due to the federal government shutdown, updates for the month of December were only available for Arizona and the FAIR.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) now is accepting online applications for 2019 hunt permit-tags issued through the draw process for pronghorn and elk.
As of Jan. 1, 2019, a Utah stamp will no longer be required for fishing on Lake Powell, the red-rock fishing destination and geological wonder that straddles the Utah-Arizona border.
Time is running out on 2018. As we reflect on the changes we want – or need – to make in the new year, how about adding an outdoors resolution to the list?
The annual Arizona Game and Fish Commission Awards Banquet will be held on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort, 11111 N. 7th Street in Phoenix.
The deadline to enter the 14th annual Arizona Big Game Super Raffle is still months away, but Dec. 31 is the last day to be eligible to win the “early bird” prize for December — one of eight Canyon su
The wait is over for hunters eager to get out and stomp around the often steep and rocky terrain of southeastern Arizona in search of Mearns’ quail.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department and its conservation partners will launch a new “eagle cam” sometime in mid-December.
Arizona hunters who were unsuccessful in the recent 2019 spring draw still have an opportunity to receive a hunt permit-tag for javelina or turkey.
Arizona’s bald eagle population continues to soar as the number of breeding areas expanded statewide and a record 87 young hatched during the 2018 breeding season.
One year after their habitat was nearly wiped out by the 2017 Frye Fire, an annual survey of the endangered Mt. Graham red squirrel shows notable increases.
Ever wondered what happens to the thousands of trout that the Arizona Game and Fish Department stocks into streams all around the state every year? You’re not alone.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has posted the 2018-19 Arizona Dove and Band-tailed Pigeon Regulations online. For everything else “dove,” visit www.azgfd.gov/dove.
The Wildlife for Tomorrow Foundation, together with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, will induct two individuals and three organizations into the Arizona Outdoor Hall of Fame on Saturday, Aug. 18