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BLM plans prescribed burn near Cordes Junction

Sedona AZ — The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Phoenix District will conduct a prescribed burn of cut and piled juniper within 120-acres of the Agua Fria National Monument, in the Sycamore Mesa area, approximately five miles northeast of Cordes Junction. The burn is planned for one to three days between April 6 and 13, 2019. The BLM will ignite the piles when the weather conditions are favorable.... 

Water is a Wonderful Thing

Arizona Elk Society volunteers fill dry water tanks. Southwestern water studies show visitation rates by non-game species exceeded that of game species in hot weather. Sedona AZ (June 26, 2013) – It is summer and the weather is hot and dry. So dry in fact that many wildlife species are stressed by the aridity and lack of available water. Many species like deer, elk, and pronghorn are all pregnant... 

Providing Food for Arizona Wildlife a Selfish Act

KINGMAN AZ (April 17, 2013) – The spring has been fairly dry and wildlife may be snuggling up within communities seeking a free handout, according to Arizona Game and Fish. While it might appear harmless on the surface, providing wild animals with food and free standing water is not a safe practice for the wildlife or public. “I really can’t think of a good reason to draw wildlife into close... 
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