Mexican Wolf Recovery Endangered

30-day Comment Period ends December 27, 2014 – YOU CAN HELP!

Advocates fear the extinction of the Mexican gray wolf, due to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s proposed changes to the federal rule governing the Mexican gray wolf reintroduction. More…find out what Broads are doing and how you can help…

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Enter Now: Grand Canyon Wolf Naming Contest!

Open to children and youth under 18- deadline Thursday, December 4

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has confirmed, through DNA tests on scat, that there is a female northern Rockies gray wolf on the Kaibab National Forest, near the north rim of Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.

This brave female is the . . . → Read More: Enter Now: Grand Canyon Wolf Naming Contest!

Want your grandchildren to ever hear a wolf?

The Proposed to Change Mexican Wolf Management Policies Doom Wolves Earth Justice: To Court for a Recovery Plan l Extinction Is Forever l Speak out against draft plan to allow more killing of critically endangered wolves! Deadline Sept. 23The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has released a draft proposal to change the rules . . . → Read More: Want your grandchildren to ever hear a wolf?

Save our Forests from ORVs

Don’t Let Off-Road Vehicles Run Amok in Our Forests

The halls of Congress may be quiet but our public lands won’t be if a motorized mayhem bill gets traction.

H.R. 4272, the Forest Access in Rural Communities Act, would open the floodgates to uncontrolled motorized uses of national forests. This bill ties the Forest . . . → Read More: Save our Forests from ORVs

Celebrate the Signing of the Wilderness Act

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act Hike Escudilla of the Signing of the Wilderness ActWhen: Friday, July 11, 9:30 to 2:00 Where: Escudilla Trailhead Pre-registeration Required: Limited to 22 people To register contact Stephanie Rainey,Conservation Education specialist for the Alpine Ranger District 928.339.5021

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Register for our Wildlife Tracking Workshop

Introduction to Wildlife Tracking We share our hiking trails with a lot of different wildlife that leave behind signs of their passing journeys. Is that a bobcat track or a coyote track? Are you following mountain lion tracks or was someone hiking with their family dog?


Indoor session: Saturday evening, June 21, 2014

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Fire on the Mountain

Last June, 19 firefighters lost their lives trying to control a blaze near Yarnell, Arizona—the highest death toll for firefighters battling a wildfire in this country since 1933. What went wrong? Is it time to reconsider our approach to fighting fire?

Brian Mockenhaupt

Photographs by Brian L. Frank

May 21, 2014

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Apache County Fire Restrictions

Apache County Enters Stage 2 Fire Restrictions Posted on May 23, 2014 by BParks

Due to extremely high fire risk, effective May 23, 2014 at 8:00 a.m., all unincorporated areas of Apache County will be placed under Stage 2 fire restrictions. Under Stage 2 restrictions, the following prohibitions and exemptions apply:

Prohibitions: The following acts . . . → Read More: Apache County Fire Restrictions

Stage II Fire Restrictions

Stage II Fire Restrictions coming this Friday May 23rd Posted on May 21, 2014 by CatRoe

This coming Friday, May 23,2014, at 8:00 am, both Apache and Navajo counties will enter into Stage 2 fire restrictions. This means no campfires, charcoal, coal, or wood stoves including fires in developed campgrounds or improved sites. Smoking only . . . → Read More: Stage II Fire Restrictions

Smoke in White Mountains

Smoke in the White Mountains Posted on May 18, 2014 by BParks 5/18/14 @ 2:03 pm Residents in the White Mountains will be experiencing heavy smoke due to two fires on the San Carlos Apache Reservation. The Skunk fire is at 18,144 acres, and was lighting caused. It started on April 19, 2014, and has . . . → Read More: Smoke in White Mountains