Other Aquatic Species

#TrendingNow- Sonoran Tiger Salamander eDNA Study

The ponds, tanks and reservoirs of San Rafael Valley along the U.S. Mexican border are the only places where you can reliably find the federally endangered Sonoran Tiger Salamander. The Arizona Game and Fish Deparment’s Terrestrial Wildlife Branch and Conservation… Continue Reading →

Other Aquatic Species- Tracking Chiricahua Leopard Frogs

During the winter of 2014-2015 and the summer of 2015, Ranid Frogs Project biologists and interns from the Terrestrial Wildlife Branch attached radio transmitters to 46 adult Chiricahua Leopard Frogs (CLFs) in the Santa Rita Mountains of southern Arizona. Weighing… Continue Reading →

Other Aquatic Species: Northern Mexican Gartersnake detection in Bill Williams and Colorado River drainages

Northern Mexican Gartersnakes were first discovered on the Bill Williams River by Arizona Game and Fish Department (Department) biologists from Terrestrial, Aquatic, and Contracts branches in 2012. This was a completely new population and the first time the species had… Continue Reading →

Other Aquatic Species: The Return of the Chiricahua Leopard Frog to the Southern Galiuro Mountain Range

  The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s (Department) Conservation and Mitigation Program (CAMP) was created in 2011 to reduce and offset impacts of stocking sport fish by implementing activities for species identified in the Biological Conference Opinion and Environmental Assessment… Continue Reading →

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