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This strategic plan reflects the references of Arizona's citizens as they relate to management of Arizona's wildlife-oriented recreation. It also reflects the biological principles involved in managing Arizona's wildlife.

Contributors
Arizona. Game and Fish Department
Created Date
2001-01-22

Wildlife 20/20 provides broad strategic guidance for all department programs. It is intended to be a living document that conveys policy direction that the Arizona Game and Fish Commission has provided to the department to guide its work into the future. It will be complemented by additional plans designed to provide more specific direction, as needed.

Contributors
Arizona. Game and Fish Department
Created Date
2006-12-09

This booklet includes season dates, bag limits, hunt types, open areas, drawing application details, and information for spring hunts for turkey, javelina, buffalo, and bear only.

Contributors
Arizona. Game and Fish Department
Created Date
2005/2016

Concern has been expressed that mesquite bosques are disappearing or diminishing in quality, and that the survival of the mesquite mouse is consequently threatened. This study, funded by a grant from the Arizona Heritage Fund to the Pima County Regional Flood Control District, investigated the current distribution of the mesquite mouse by reviewing historical records from museum specimens, examining existing potential habitat at historic locations of the species and elsewhere in the county, and conducting a live-trapping study at 19 sites representing a range of ecological communities with mesquite as a major component.

Contributors
Kingsley, Kenneth James, Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office, Pima County (Ariz.). Department of Transportation and Flood Control District
Created Date
2006-05

Exotic species and their effect on Pima County's aquatic environments have become a priority issue for those involved with managing aquatic ecosystems in eastern Pima County. Invasion of exotic aquatic species presents a major challenge when preserving and restoring native aquatic species in the region.

Contributors
Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Created Date
2001-05

This booklet includes season dates, bag limits, hunt types, open areas, drawing application details, and other information for pronghorn antelope and elk only.

Contributors
Arizona. Game and Fish Department
Created Date
2007/2016

The Arizona Game and Fish Department held four Wildlife Summits to obtain input from their stakeholders into the development of the Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy. Stakeholder groups invited to participate in the Summits included Department constituency groups, special interests, local governments, Native American tribes, interagency cooperators, and the general public. This report combines the votes from each of the four Summits into one database for analysis. The results for each individual Summit are attached as separate reports. Comparisons are made in this combined report to show differences between the results of individual Summits. The combined results have also been analyzed ...

Contributors
Gunn Communications, Arizona. Game and Fish Department
Created Date
2005

This strategic plan identifies the management direction that the Arizona Game and Fish Commission has provided to the Department for the next six years. The plan discusses the most important issues facing the Department, including the recruitment and retention of hunters, anglers and shooting sports participants, and explains how the Department plans to respond to those issues. Prior strategic plans focused on just one of the programmatic areas for which the Department is responsible; for example, Wildlife 2006 was solely a wildlife strategic plan. In contrast, Wildlife 2012 provides strategic guidance for all programs within the Arizona Game and Fish ...

Contributors
Arizona. Game and Fish Department
Created Date
2006-08

Identifying the primary managers of wildlife habitat can provide one useful type of information for development of Arizona’s Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy. This can contribute to satisfying at least three of the required elements: #4 (conservation actions and priorities), #5 (monitoring plans), and #7 (coordination). This can be particularly useful in the prioritization of actions and resources. Toward that end, The Nature Conservancy has compiled relevant information and conducted new analyses from our recent statewide efforts to map and analyze two natural communities, grasslands and forests, and a species group, native fish. The results are presented in three sections, with ...

Contributors
Nature Conservancy (U.S.). Arizona Chapter, Arizona. Game and Fish Department
Created Date
2004-08-25

Arizona’s CWCS is a document that plans for the conservation of species and their habitats. Working at large and small landscape scales, the plan first develops conservation actions to address stressors to habitats. This approach is meant to benefit all wildlife, including both vulnerable and common species, by managing for the habitat and resources upon which they depend. An example of this type of conservation action would be to identify important wildlife movement corridors and protecting them to minimize habitat fragmentation. To facilitate conservation of many species acting at different scales, Arizona’s CWCS uses a multi-scale approach to classifying habitat ...

Contributors
Arizona Game and Fish Department
Created Date
2006-05-24

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