Commission supports expanded hunting opportunities on national wildlife refuges
Posted October 14, 2020
AZGFD website details amended state regulations on four refuges
PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Commission recently approved amendments in support of new federal guidelines that expand hunting opportunities on four national wildlife refuges in southern Arizona.
The amendments, unanimously passed by the Commission during a public meeting Sept. 25 in Greer, broaden opportunities to hunt several species of small game, migratory birds and predators/furbearers for the 2020-2021 seasons at the following wildlife refuges: Cabeza Prieta, Cibola, Buenos Aires and Leslie Canyon.
For complete details about the amended Arizona hunting regulations, visit:
- 2020-2021 Arizona Hunting Regulations (pages 63-67, 69, 74-75).
- 2020-2021 Arizona Dove and Band-tailed Pigeon Regulations (Note 2).
- 2020-2021 Arizona Waterfowl and Snipe Regulations (Note 1).
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently expanded hunting opportunities on national wildlife refuges for the 2020-2021 seasons. Hunting opportunities are authorized and provided on USFWS-managed lands in accordance with federal, state and tribal (where applicable) regulations and seasons.