Wildlife Friendly Guidelines: Project and Species Specific
The information in the files below can be used to guide preliminary decisions and assessments of proposed land and water development, management, and conservation projects statewide, while incorporating fish and wildlife resource needs or features.
- Bridge Guidelines
- Culvert Guidelines
- Fencing Guidelines
- Solar Energy Guidelines
- Wildlife-friendly Guidelines
- Wind Energy Guidelines
- Black-Tailed Prairie Dogs
- Chiricahua Leopard Frog
- Lesser Long-Nose Bat
- Mount Graham Red Squirrel
- Peregrine Falcon Conservation Guidelines
- Saguaro Translocation Best Management Practices
- Sonoran Desert Tortoise
- Three Forks Springsnail
- Western Burrowing Owl Information
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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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If you have a passion for wildlife and want to help us conserve and protect it, we’d love to have you on our team!