A coveted Arizona Commissioners Special Elk Tag is one of the premium auction items being offered during the 12th Annual Arizona Elk Society Banquet in Mesa, Arizona, on March 23. The tag will be sold during the Live Auction on Saturday.
Every dollar raised from this elk tag goes directly to the management of elk in Arizona and allows for a multitude of wildlife conservation projects. Management of the dollars and projects are in coordination with the Arizona Habitat Partnership Committee.
Projects range from water improvements, wildlife friendly fencing, wildlife studies, game surveys, translocations, habitat restorations, land acquisitions and more. Many of these projects are matched and further leveraged with other funding sources, labor, or supplied materials, stretching every dollar spent even further.
In the end, the real winners of the Special Big Game License Tag Program are the citizens of Arizona. Through the dedication of concerned hunters and sportsmen, Arizonans can continue to enjoy the state’s full complement of diverse wildlife for generations to come.
“This is a great opportunity for someone to be able to take an exceptional Rocky Mountain Elk while simultaneously raising critical funds needed for elk habitat and conservation efforts in Arizona,” said AES President Steve Clark. “The Arizona Elk Society is proud to be part of this great effort and we appreciate the partnership we have with the Arizona Game and Fish to determine where these funds will be spent through the Habitat Partnership Committee”
The Special Elk Tag is good for one calendar year starting August 15, 2013, and good until August 14, 2014.
Other Special Tags include:
Arizona Special Buffalo Tag
Hualapai Exclusive Bull Elk Tag
Becoming an AES Member:
Joining the Arizona Elk Society is the best way to support Arizona’s Elk and other wildlife as well as protecting our Hunting Heritage for future generations.
JOIN NOW: www.arizonaelksociety.org
The vision of the Arizona Elk Society is to have quality wildlife habitat to support a balanced Elk Herd and benefit other wildlife. To provide today’s youth with outdoor education and experience to get them, and keep them, involved in conservation, hunting and fishing.
Visit our website at www.arizonaelksociety.org or call 602-885-0835 for more information.
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