About AZGFD’s Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Programs
The purpose of the nongame and endangered wildlife management is to protect, restore, preserve and maintain nongame and endangered wildlife as part of the natural diversity of Arizona and to provide opportunities for the public to enjoy nongame and endangered wildlife. “Nongame wildlife” is all wildlife except game mammals, game birds, furbearing animals, predatory animals and game fish. “Endangered wildlife,” are those species listed by the Department as Tier 1a of Species of Greatest Conservation Need, or by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as endangered, threatened or a candidate for such status.
Want to Get Involved with Wildlife Conservation?
Volunteer your time, or donate to help us with conserving and protecting our wildlife. When you purchase a hunting or fishing license online, resources go back into wildlife conservation.
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With your help, we can continue to conserve & protect Arizona’s wildlife.