is no substitute for being able to
have the answers of your questions
given to you in an understandable
explanation from a knowledgeable
instructor. We know many people prefer
to gather information in an instructor
lead, classroom format and we know
the value of having educated citizens
in the outdoors. That's why we offer
courses covering the following topics
throughout the year and across the
In addition to providing educational courses, the Department’s Education Branch often participates in appropriate public events and provides presentations on: OHV safety, boating safety, sportfishing education, hunter education, and wildlife education. If you are interested in having the Education Branch give a presentation or participate in your upcoming public event, please complete and submit the outreach presentation request form. Please keep in mind we are unable to fulfill every request due to staff availability, scheduling conflicts, or incompatibility of the event with Department's outreach efforts. Requests should be submitted at least 60 days in advance of the event and submission of the request does not guarantee Department participation.
Education - Focus: WILD Arizona
WILD Arizona is the Arizona Game
and Fish Department’s
environmental education program available
free to teachers and includes a homeschool program. The program includes
lessons about Arizona’s native
wildlife and habitats.
|The Wildlife Center is a wildlife rehabilitation center
operated by the Arizona Game and Fish
Department. We rehabilitate sick, injured
or abandoned wildlife, and our goal
is to release animals back into the
wild whenever possible. Some animals
that cannot be released are kept for
educational purposes, and accompany
our volunteers to event and school presentations.
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