On this episode of Arizona Wildlife Views we have the following stories:
Over 100 years ago, Arizona's elk population was down to zero. Now, it's about 45,000 strong. Yellowstone National Park helped Arizona re-establish elk. Now, Arizona is returning the favor to West Virginia.
Take Me Somewhere: The Kaibab
Arizona Game and Fish Wildlife Manager Todd Buck takes us to "The Kaibab" a beautiful landscape that could be your next hiking destination.
Fly Fishing Part 2
Cinda Howard, a guide with Fly Fish Arizona and Beyond, shares some of her techniques for fly fishing a small stream.
Phoenix Zoo Turtle Trapping
Each year dozens of unwanted pet turtles are irresponsibly released into the pond at the entrance to the Phoenix Zoo. They eventually compete with native Arizona wildlife for limited food and habitat. Arizona Game and Fish Department, recently trapped dozens of non-native turtles to reduce the population.
This program was produced by the Information Branch of the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Producers: Diana Rodriguez, David Majure and Ben Avechuco