PHOENIX — A Tucson-based environmental group is accusing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service of illegally altering its rules in ways that will harm the ability of two of snakes to survive in Arizona and New Mexico.
PHOENIX — One of Arizona’s largest free outdoor expos returns this weekend, offering family fishing, archery, shooting, off-highway vehicles, water sports, wildlife presentations and more than 150 exhibitors.
PHOENIX — When biologists began their annual count of the Mexican wolf population in November, they hoped to find at least one more wolf than the previous year. They soon realized that the numbers far exceeded their expectations.
The public is invited to celebrate National Public Lands Day at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24 by observing the release of captive-bred California condors into the wild at Vermilion Cliffs National Monument near Page in northern Arizona.