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A California condor, tagged with the number 22, spreads its wings as it flies over the Grand Canyon.

The Arizona Game and Fish Department wants a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit by conservation groups that aims to ban the use of lead ammunition in the Kaibab National Forest. Read more»

A California condor, tagged with the number 22, spreads its wings as it flies over the Grand Canyon. More than 140 hunters turned in their bullets before leaving Kaibab National Forest, part in a Arizona Game and Fish Program that asks hunters to turn in their bullets to prevent lead poisoning in California Condors.

To keep endangered California condors from ingesting lead, state officials are asking successful big-game hunters leaving the Kaibab National Forest whether they used lead bullets and, if so, whether they left behind gut piles. Read more»

The federal government declared the Chiricahua leopard frog a threatened species in 2002 after drought, disease, habitat destruction and non-native species reduced its population to a vulnerable size.

Chiricahua leopard frogs saved from flooding after the Monument Fire near Sierra Vista have been moved to a lush, indoor riparian habitat at Glendale Community College, complete with a waterfall, pool and a host of bugs. Read more»