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Eric H.

Will Colorado voters get to decide on wolves? - posted 3 months ago

Reintroduction of Gray wolves into Colorado before the Mexican Wolf in AZ, NM, and Mexico is better established will threaten the future of the Mexican Wolf. Wolves have already been spotted in Colorado and Northern Arizona - they spread out quickly. This is too soon to be officially introducing wolves back into Colorado, and not something that should be decided by the general public. The general public votes on the Game and Fish commissioners, and the commissioners are who should be making these decisions.

Eric H.

April INSIDER Giveaway: 5 Mathews VERTIX Bows! - posted 6 months ago

@Philip I've got the same hope as you. AZ OTC all the way!

Eric H.

Mexican gray wolf keeps endangered status - posted 6 months ago

This is good news. And to the EVP of the Arizona Cattle Growers Association, he should know better. AZ is working very closely with the ranchers, and have gotten a lot of the habitat where these wolves are being reintroduced designated "Experimental Population Area", which gives the agency and the ranchers the ability to manage troublesome wolves.

Eric H.

Tick awareness and prevention for hunters - posted 6 months ago

Just looked up Arizona. Sounds like Brown dog tick and Rocky Mountain 'wood' tick are the big worries. RMSF is most common, but less than 12 cases a year. No Lyme disease has ever been contracted in AZ. The other one is "Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever", super rare, but has happened in AZ and comes from a 'soft tick' that can be encountered in old cabins and wood piles. For the most part sounds like a pretty safe state, tick-wise. - https://cals.arizona.edu/yavapai/anr/hort/byg/archive/ticksinarizona.html

Eric H.

APPLICATION STRATEGY 2018: Arizona Deer, Sheep and Bison - posted 7 months ago

Diane- any draw. 1,2,3,4,5 makes not difference. If you buy a left over tag you do not lose your points.