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AZGFD to kick off virtual speaker wildlife series Jan. 7  

Posted December 9, 2020

Peregrine falcons will highlight the Watchable Wildlife Program’s first virtual experience.


PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) is getting ready to roll out a new and exciting way to keep people connected with the state’s diverse wildlife.

In addition to partnering with the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center and Boyce Thompson Arboretum on a virtual speaker wildlife series during the pandemic, the department’s Watchable Wildlife Program will be adding mostly critter-based lectures twice each month beginning Jan. 7.

The 90-minute lectures will be hosted by AZGFD biologists Jeff Meyers and Cheyenne Dubiach. Visit to register. A link to the event will be provided. The cost for each lecture (which includes a question-and-answer session) is $10.

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For more information, contact Dubiach at (602) 509-8122, or email: