AZGFD to host webcast on tag modernization process Nov. 18
Posted November 15, 2021
Constituents can submit questions, comments online from 6-6:45 p.m.
PHOENIX — In an ongoing effort to better serve its constituents, the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) will host a webcast to provide an update on the tag modernization process and to gather public input.
Those who access the webcast from 6-6:45 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18, will be able to submit questions, comments or concerns about the tag modernization process. Flagstaff regional supervisor Larry Phoenix, along with Luke Thompson, the department’s habitat, evaluation and lands branch chief, will open the online discussion with a short presentation and address input and questions as they relate to AZGFD’s tag modernization process.
The webcast can be viewed by clicking at www.azgfd.gov/tagwebcast. Participants can submit questions through the webcast chat. Those who cannot attend the webcast can email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AZGFD is committed to improving the customer experience related to tagging a harvested animal, obtaining hunt permit-tags and licenses, and reporting after a hunt. Modernizing the tag system provides value to customers, supports the ability of officers to enforce laws, and ultimately improves the quality of hunt data from which our biologists make recommendations and the AZGFD commission makes decisions.
AZGFD continues to seek feedback on how to best meet the demands of the hunting public, while finding ways to develop new opportunities that help pass along the hunting heritage to future generations.