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Fewer Bald Eagles Hatched In Arizona In 2019

Oct 1, 2019
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State wildlife officials say fewer bald eagles have been born in Arizona this year despite a record number of breeding areas for the 2019 season.

Annemarie Hoffpauir via Arizona Game and Fish

The Arizona Game and Fish Department wants help in identifying the person or people responsible for contaminating a water catchment northeast of Flagstaff around September 15.

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Grand Canyon National Park officials say two dead bats found along the Colorado River inside the park tested positive for rabies.

Arizona Game and Fish Department

Thirsty wildlife around Arizona are getting help from the state.

Diane Hope

In recent decades northern leopard frogs have become refugees in their own land.

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