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Arizona Game and Fish unveiled a robotic deer designed to catch poachers. 

The pair implicated in over 150 game violations between 2013 and 2014.

  • Doug Kreutz Arizona Daily Star

Two more bighorn sheep have died in the Catalina Mountains and a mountain lion was killed for preying on sheep, state wildlife officials confi…

  • Doug Kreutz Arizona Daily Star

Another bighorn sheep, a ram, was found dead in the Catalina Mountains Tuesday, the Arizona Game and Fish Department has confirmed.

A planned $100 million wind-energy farm west of Willcox could be lethal to birds in an area famous for its annual birding festival, critics say.

Updates and outtakes from the Cold Pueblo:

  • Doug Kreutz Arizona Daily Star

Bighorn sheep and mountain lions are dying in the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson as a result of a "transplant" of 31 sheep into the range …

  • The Associated Press

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is offering a reward of up to $1,250 for information leading to an arrest in the fatal shooting of a youn…

  • The Associated Press The Associated Press

PRESCOTT - The Arizona Game and Fish Department wants to move pronghorns from one of the largest herds in the state to supplement populations …


These photos of jaguar and ocelot tails are shown side by side for comparison. The photo arrangement was prepared by two biologists, Jeannette…

  • Tony Davis Arizona Daily Star

Arizona game officials are consulting with seven outside experts to determine if a photo recently submitted by a hunter shows the tail of a ja…


Arizona Game and Fish Department officials say outside experts agree with state biologists that a hunter’s trail camera captured an image of a…

  • Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Do not touch the turtles! That's the message Arizona Game and Fish officials want nature enthusiasts to remember. The department recently has experienced an increase in calls from people who have found ornate box turtles in the wild and taken them home.

  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Javelinas are making themselves at home in university-area neighborhoods, sometimes in conflict with people and pets.


One of the javelinas wanders the Sam Hughes neighborhood. Complaints are on the rise in university-area neighborhoods.