Arizona Game and Fish meeting in Flagstaff highlights hunt recommendation process Oct. 19
Posted October 17, 2019
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Those wishing to discuss all things game management, including hunt recommendations, are invited to join Arizona Game and Fish Department staff at Bull Basin Archery of Flagstaff on Saturday, Oct. 19.
“This meeting is a great opportunity to hear from our constituents about all topics related to our game management practices and how they pertain to upcoming elk, pronghorn and wild turkey hunting recommendations,” AZGFD Flagstaff Regional Supervisor Scott Poppenberger said. “We work hard to conserve and protect more than 800 species and part of that responsibility includes a science-based hunt recommendation process designed to ensure sustainable populations of wildlife are around for future generations.”
The event is open to the public and runs from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19.
Input and recommendations are later presented to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission, which has final approval for all hunting regulation changes.
To learn more about how AZGFD works to conserve and protect the state’s wildlife or information about upcoming Arizona Game and Fish Commission meetings, visit www.azgfd.gov. To provide a contribution to support the department’s on-the-ground conservation efforts, visit www.azwildlifehero.com.