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by Officer Lainie Antolik
I want to begin by thanking all of those who pulled together to help the temporarily displaced families during the Dean Peak fire. It was a trying time for all, especially on the hills of the horrible Yarnell tragedy. Our community came together during a difficult time and showed what generous and upstanding citizens we all are.
If you are an angler, the stripers are abundant at Lake Mead and even if you have never been fishing before, your chances of landing one of these monsters are excellent!
Big game hunting will be starting sooner than you know. If you are a bowhunter, archery deer season begins statewide on August 23rd. You can purchase an over-the-counter permit from any AZ Game and Fish office or several other local vendors. Of course you have to have a current AZ hunting license as well.
Recently a local chapter of the Mule Deer Foundation was formed in Kingman. This is a very exciting venture and will bring money locally for on the ground mule deer projects. The Mule Deer Foundation banquet is scheduled for March 1, 2014 at the Mohave County Fairgrounds and more details will be coming at a later date. If you are interested in becoming a committee member for the local MDF chapter, contact the local president John Beauchamp at 928-715-0085.
There are still several exciting Wildlife Series events scheduled in Kingman for the remainder of the summer. If you are interested in becoming educated regarding AZ mammals, reptiles, birds etc. I would highly recommend attending these. Contact Zen Mocarski at the Kingman office at 928-692-7700 ext. 2301 for more information. Thank you all and I look forward to seeing you at some of these events!
If you want to learn about ways to get connected to the outdoors, visit www.azgfd.gov/getoutside. Also, sign up for FREE Arizona Game & Fish Department e-newsletters at www.azgfd.gov/signup.