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Welcome to the Arizona Watchable Wildlife Experience!

 

AWWE is recreation, it is education, and it is conservation!

 

We are a community partnership committed to connecting people
with Arizona's natural environment and promoting its conservation.

 

Join us in experiencing wildlife and their habitats
in ways that are truly AWWEsome!

 

These photos are courtesy of the 2012 Photo Contest Winners.

We'd like to thank all the fine photographers who participated last year.

 

AWWE is connecting you with our natural heritage!

Arboretum Griffith Springs Mt Elden Environmental Study Area Rogers Lake
Buffalo Park Hart Prairie Preserve Museum of Northern Arizona Sawmill
Campbell Mesa Kendrick Park Picture Canyon Scenic Lakes Tour
Cheshire Wetlands Upper and Lower Lake Mary Prime Lake Sinclair Wash
Fort Tuthill County Park Lamar Haines Wildlife Area Pumphouse Greenway and Meadow Sunflower Flat Wildlife Area
Foxglenn Prairie Dog Colony Leroux Springs Raymond Ranch Wildlife Area Vail Lake
Foxglenn Trails Marshall Lake Rio de Flag Wetlands Wildcat REach
Frances Short Pond Mormon Lake Arizona is truly beautiful!
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Abert's squirrel in a ponderosa pine tree. These tree squirrels eat pine cone seeds and the inner bark from pine stems. Photo by Arizona Game & Fish Department. As members of the intelligent corvid family, the dark blue Stellar’s jay can be quite entertaining. Males and females look alike; both have intricate white and black markings and an incredible talent for mimicking sounds around them. Photo by Arizona Game & Fish Department.
Monarch butterfly feeding on a thistle flower. Photo by Arizona Game & Fish Department. Flying short-eared owl in northern Arizona grassland. The short-eared owl is a nocturnal hunter, but can still be seen during the day. Photo by US Forest Service. Watchable wildlife sites provide many opportunities for outdoor recreation including fishing, boating, and cross-country skiing. Photo by Arizona Game & Fish Department.
 
 

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