Who We Are
Arizona Wildlife Federation is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to educating, inspiring, and assisting individuals and organizations to value, conserve, enhance, manage, and protect wildlife and wildlife habitat. Go here to learn more about us.
As an association of people interested in the present and future well-being of Arizona’s wildlife, wildlife habitat and natural systems, we believe our wildlife heritage should not be jeopardized by any activity that fails to ensure its long-term health and sustainability.
Hunters, anglers, and millions of other Americans can use modern technology to reference essential information about public land access opportunities. Land management agencies can fulfill their mission to identify public lands with limited or nonexistent public access, and take proactive steps in cooperation with private landowners to open those lands to the public.
Direct federal land management agencies to digitize and standardize their mapping records.
One-third of all U.S. wildlife species are already imperiled or are vulnerable. Nearly one million species worldwide are at risk of extinction.
Plants and animals become threatened or endangered due to loss of habitat due to climate change, drought, invasive species, disease and ...
Arizona Public Lands
Arizona HB2702 impacts both private property owners and access to our public lands. This bill would require any land sale to the federal government to be approved by the Arizona state legislature and Governor.
Join other outdoor recreation enthusiasts and private property owners from across our state and voice your opposition to this bill.
Uranium mining in the Grand Canyon watershed threatens wildlife, water, and human safety. Help AWF keep uranium mining out of the Grand Canyon by sending a message to Washington.
Foreign mining companies lobby to increase uranium mining while hundreds of mines continue to contaminate soil and water in north ….
Help AWF support wildlife and habitat resilience as climate change increases environmental stressors on our wildlife.
Today, hunters and anglers are on the front lines of climate change. Climate change poses an immediate and specific threat to hunting and fishing in America, challenging the traditions and values of outdoor recreationalists, their ...
Thank you for taking action to support permanent funding for LWCF. Let your congressperson know how important outdoor places are to you.
LWCF has almost certainly funded something that you personally enjoy—whether it’s tennis court lights at a local park, maintenance of a hiking trail,or access to a favorite hunting ...