Arizona Wildlife Views, the Emmy-winning nature series produced by the Arizona Game and Fish Department, will now be seen weekly on KAET-8 in Phoenix. Beginning Mar. 18, new episodes of the show will air Tuesdays at 2 p.m. on the popular PBS station.
“We’re proud that channel 8 has aired Arizona Wildlife Views for more than 20 years as part of their commitment to original programs about Arizona,” said Carol Lynde, video production supervisor at the Arizona Game and Fish Department. “The show brings Arizona’s unique habitat and wildlife right into your living room.”
The new season of Arizona Wildlife Views, hosted by Jim Paxon, features a wide variety of beautifully photographed wildlife, conservation activities and recreation opportunities available across the state. Programs range from native fish in the depths of the Grand Canyon to a bald eagle nest in the heights of our northern pines.
Series producers David Majure and Ben Avechuco highlight Arizona’s efforts to conserve bighorn sheep, pronghorn, desert tortoises and other animals, and reveal insights from many of the dedicated biologists and wildlife managers who work for the Game and Fish Department.
Arizona Wildlife Views episodes will repeat Saturday mornings at 6:30 and again on Tuesday mornings at 5 a.m. The show also appears on municipal cable TV channels throughout the state.
For more information, or to see past episodes of Arizona Wildlife Views, visit www.azgfd.gov/tv.
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