Get your copy of the Birds of Arizona Checklist by clicking here. Download page two Checklist provided by the Sonoran Audubon Society.
Get your Arizona Watchable Wildlife Viewing Guide. The guide takes you on a magnificent journey through the state's canyons and cliffs, deserts and plateaus. It offers detailed descriptions of 128 unique sites and the wildlife found at them, accompanied by beautiful photographs of the sites and animals. Readers will enjoy tips for wildlife watching and a tiered rating system that highlights "can't miss" locations. Site features, driving directions and contact information are also included.
For other Arizona Game and Fish Department publications go to Wildlife Publications
Download Watching Arizona's Wildlife Booklet. This booklet is a family-oriented wildlife viewing skills guide to help people enjoy Arizona wildlife by becoming more knowledgeable about where, when and how to have positive wildlife viewing experiences.
The Arizona State trails system has 550 trails mapped, rated and designed to take on your next trip Arizona State Trails Guide.
The 2006 edition of the Southeastern Arizona Birding Trail Map/Guide is now available! The new edition includes 52 bird-rich and birder-friendly locations. Winner of the 2007 Arizona Governor’s Tourism Award for Best Practices/Cooperative Marketing!
For maps within Arizona, go to the Arizona Public Lands Website. You can customize maps to fit your interests.
Arizona Wildlife Views Magazine is a bi-monthly, award winning magazine is full of in-depth and entertaining coverage of a variety of interesting topics, wildlife, and activities across the state.
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Buy a Migratory Bird Stamp
One of the most important, yet least-understood, bird-conservation tools in this country is the Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp. If you're a waterfowl hunter in the U.S, buying this "Duck Stamp" each year is required by law. If you're a bird educator, birdwatcher, wildlife watcher, wildlife photographer, or conservation-minded citizen, you should simply go out and buy a Stamp.
Fully 98 cents out of every dollar collected from the sale of these Stamps goes to the Migratory Bird Conservation Fund to purchase wetlands and grasslands for inclusion into the National Wildlife Refuge System.
The annual Stamp costing $15 is available at most U.S. Post Offices. Wildlife enthusiasts can emphasize that purchasing a Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp is simple, and it will give the holder the satisfaction of knowing that she or he is contributing directly to the protection of America's bird and associated wildlife habitats. The 2008-2009 stamp is illustrated here.
For more about the stamp, click HERE.