and Conservation are both integral parts
of Arizona's natural heritage. Find the latest
information on conservation and management
programs, research efforts, and nongame species
information. In addition, Arizona's natural
heritage program and special permits information
is available for your project and research
Wildlife Conservation Fund (WCF) Grant Program - The Wildlife Conservation Fund Grant Program, funded by a portion of shared Arizona tribal gaming revenue, supports projects that conserve, enhance and restore Arizona’s diverse wildlife resources and habitats for present and future generations.
Conservation Workshop - The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s annual Conservation Workshop brings conservation leaders from all over Arizona for a campout to hear educational presentations, participate in activities, enjoy some friendly conservation, and meet new friends in the conservation community.
Research - Outlines
the status, objectives and findings of current
and ongoing research efforts within the Arizona
Game and Fish Department.
Nongame Species -
Habitat, distribution, biology and management
needs of some of Arizona's hundreds of nongame
species are available. Also, be sure to check
out Arizona's Nongame News [PDF,
Natural Heritage Program (HDMS) - Arizona's
portion of a global network of natural heritage
and conservation data centers. Providing
data regarding future development and its
effects on the environment.
Evaluation Program (PEP) - The Project
objective is to facilitate the incorporation
and wildlife resource needs or features in
land and water development or management
programs in Arizona.
Economic Impact -
Information on the number of participants
in fishing, hunting, and wildlife watching
(observing, photographing, and feeding wildlife),
and the amount of time and money spent on
Special Permits -
Contains information about special permits
available for educational holding, rehabilitation,
or species research projects.
The Invasive Species Advisory Council was created in April 2005 by Governor Napolitano to address the challenges that invasive species pose for the state’s natural areas and wildlife
The Arizona Outdoor Hall of Fame was developed in 1998 by the Wildlife For Tomorrow Foundation to honor those who have made significant contributions to Arizona’s wildlife, the welfare of its natural resources, and the state’s outdoor heritage.
Rotenone Review Advisory Committee final report - A blue-ribbon committee that extensively studied the use of the piscicide rotenone in Arizona has reaffirmed the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s belief that rotenone is an important fisheries management tool that can be used safely and effectively. The Game and Fish director approved the final report in January 2012. Read more.