Wildlife Assets Inventory
Wildlife assets to be sold at AZGFD’s Outdoor Expo
Venue changed from International Sportsmen’s Expo
The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s annual sale of wildlife assets will take place April at the Outdoor Expo at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility, a change in venue from the International Sportsmen’s Expo (ISE) set for March at WestWorld of Scottsdale.
The Wildlife Assets Program enables the public to legally purchase antlers, head mounts, hides and other wildlife parts that have been seized during law enforcement investigations, obtained from animals killed in vehicle collisions or acquired through donations.
All assets will be sold through a silent auction. Proceeds will be used to support the department’s law enforcement program through the purchase of equipment (evidence collection kits, digital cameras, audio recorders, metal detectors, decoys and night vision equipment) and specialized training (interview and interrogation classes, wildlife forensic classes, crime scene investigation training) that assist officers in more effectively performing their duties.
Thank you for registering for the Tucson Mountain Wildlife Area hunt. Hunters are no longer required to register at the Tucson regional office of the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Registrations are now done on the department website. Review a packet [PDF] containing important information regarding hunting in the Tucson Mountain Wildlife Area and Tucson Mountain Park. The Pima County Hunt Map Browser can be found here for use in navigating the huntable areas.
Tucson Mountain Park information
As a hunter, you are responsible for knowing the laws and rules pertaining to this hunt area. Once you have registered, you will be required to print the confirmation page and have it with you in the field at all times while hunting in the Tucson Mountain Wildlife Area. Please read this packet, study the maps in the packet and do not hesitate to call the Arizona Game & Fish Department’s Tucson Office at if you have any questions.
Remember, the future of hunting in the Tucson Mountains depends on you.
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