Arizona game and fish department
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The largest hands-on outdoor expo in Arizona! The Expo is held on the last weekend of March, as it has been for the last 11 years. There are always plenty of hands-on fun for all ages. There are huge family fishing tanks. See all sorts of live wildlife. Learn target archery and try other shooting sports in a safe, supervised, controlled environment on the range.
Throughout the weekend, boaters may be required to pass through a checkpoint and be subject to a systematic safety inspection. Operators will be checked for any sign of impairment from alcohol or drugs and to ensure the required safety equipment, such as proper life jackets and working fire extinguishers, are aboard. Before heading out boaters should review all laws and regulations prior to launching. Boaters and watercraft users should make sure to have a U. Coast Guard-approved lifejacket for every individual onboard and that everyone 12 years and younger are wearing a life jacket. Boats must also have a working fire extinguisher and a type IV throwable personal floatation device PFD onboard. Additional multi-agency OUI checkpoints will occur on the Colorado River and its reservoirs throughout the boating season.
Apply online for the draw. What you need to know Video tutorial: How to apply online. View draw results, check your bonus points, update your credit card information and apply for hunts issued though the draw system when available. Hunters may apply using the online service when available or with a paper application. The department encourages all applicants to sign up for a free AZGFD portal account and apply online. A portal account also provides convenient access to the online license purchase and draw application systems. More information.
It also provides wildlife resources and watercraft and off-highway vehicle recreation. Arizona is home to more than animal species and 50 million public acres of natural land. - Smart growth today helps ensure that Arizona communities will continue to enjoy and economically benefit from wildlife-related recreation for future generations. The following links provide more in-depth detail into the Departments ongoing efforts for Wildlife Conservation Planning:.