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  1. Planning for Wildlife: Identifying Corridors

    How are Wildlife Connectivity Areas Being Identified in Arizona? In 2006, the Arizona’s Wildlife Linkages Assessment was published, representing the results of a stakeholder workshop in which important potential wildlife…

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  2. Apache Trout Recovery

    …prey upon young native trout. Rainbow and cutthroat trout are also genetically similar and cross-breed with Apache trout, compromising the genetic purity of each species. Barrier to prevent non-native trout

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  3. Don’t Feed Wildlife – Keep Wildlife Wild

    …restrictions on feeding wildlife with varying penalties. Check your local city or county ordinances for more information. Keep wildlife wild and healthy with these tips Do not intentionally feed wildlife;…

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  4. AZGFD Trout Challenge

    …five species of wild trout in Arizona. These species include Apache, Brown, Brook, Gila and Rainbow trout. *Anglers who completed the wild trout challenge without a Gila Trout while the…

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  5. Podcasts – Wild About Arizona

    …the Arizona Game and Fish Department mission to conserve and protect the state’s more than 800 species of wildlife. Annually volunteers donate over 100,000 hours to support Arizona’s wildlife and wild places….

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  6. AZGFD Video

    …Department’s official photographer capturing wildlife with a camera. Liberty Wildlife – See how Liberty Wildlife nurtures the nature of Arizona through wildlife rehabilitation, natural history education and conservation services to…

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