Monitoring program used to determine whether UA observatory harms the creatures’ population.
The newspaper got some, but not all the records it requested.
Hikers have been seen with dogs in banned areas.
Tentative plan to capture and relocate more sheep moves forward.
Rewards up to $2,000 are being offered in the poaching of five deer.
Wildlife officials want to use helicopters to manage bighorn sheep.
Officials decided it posed a public safety threat.
Citizen-scientist volunteers are needed for a bat monitoring project.
"Encouraging developments" could mean another transplant of the wild sheep.
Wildlife officials warn of the dangers of baby wild animals.
Lambs born in mountains appear healthy, growing.
A bear and her two cubs found in trees on Fort Huachuca were safely removed and relocated by Arizona Game and Fish Department officers last week, the agency said.
A female bear and two cubs found in trees on Fort Huachuca were safely removed and relocated by Arizona Game and Fish Department officers last week.
Black bears became active earlier than usual in Southeastern Arizona this year, and some of the big critters are posing problems for people, state wildlife officials say.
An Arizona chapter of the influential Sierra Club — founded in 1892 by legendary conservationist John Muir and now the nation’s largest environmental group — has come out in opposition to a controversial bighorn sheep reintroduction near Tucson.
Bighorn sheep apparently have had their best month in the Catalina Mountains since 31 of the animals were transplanted to the range north of Tucson in November.
Rose Canyon Lake — a popular woodsy destination for anglers, campers and picnickers — reopens today for the summer season.
Work has been completed on a remodeled boat ramp at Arivaca Lake southwest of Tucson, but there’s just one problem: The ramp is unusable because it’s completely out of the water.
A newborn bighorn sheep lamb was spotted with its mother Friday in the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson, state wildlife officials reported.
Three organizations supported primarily by hunters are the main private financial backers of a controversial state project to reintroduce bighorn sheep to the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson, records show.