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Arizona Elk Society forms first Chapter in the White Mountains of Arizona.

View FlyerResidents in the Pinetop area recently formed the first-ever chapter of the Arizona Elk Society. Known as the Arizona Elk Society White Mountain Chapter, volunteers feel they can significantly contribute to improved populations of elk and other wildlife as well as partner with the communities to provide quality opportunities to get the public involved in conservation for wildlife.
 
 
Save The Date

DIAMONDBACKS OUTDOOR REC NIGHT
April 26, 2014

BUCK SPRINGS WORK PROJECT
May 3 & 4, 2014

BURRO CREEK/26 BAR RANCH WORK PROJECT
June 7 & 8, 2014

WAPITI WEEKEND
June 14 & 15, 2014

WHITE MOUNTAIN CHAPTER BANQUET
June 28, 2014

AES GOLF TOURNAMENT
AUGUST 2, 2014

Buck Springs Work Project - May 3&4, 2014

In a cooperative venture the volunteers of the AES along with the USFS, AZGFD and other partner groups will be removing trees, lopping the limbs and stacking them so they can be burned.
Thanks to all of our dedicated Volunteers, the 2014 Volunteer Positions are full.
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Burro Creek Work Project - June 7&8, 2014

We will be removing unneeded old barbed wire fencing. Repairing fencing around riparian areas. Reconstruction of fence and trick tank water repairs in cooperation with the USFS and the 26 Bar Ranch.
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White Mountan Chapter Banquet - June 28, 2014

Show Low Elks Club

Enjoy a Great Dinner, Cash bar, Raffles & Auctions While Helping Arizona’s Wildlife! Doors open 5 p.m. • Dinner 6:30 p.m. • Auction Follows
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Partners in Wildlife Habitat Conservation

Watch a great video about the Arizona Game and Fish Habitat Partnership Committee and the projects and partnerships that it creates for wildlife habitat here in Arizona. The Arizona Elk Society Buck Springs Project from 2013 is predominately featured in the video.
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Get Involved With AES!

The Arizona Elk Society members take a
hands-on approach to AES activities

AES field projects are important to wildlife and habitat.  We work with many other great organizations to inspire tomorrow's wildlife and habitat stewards; our youth. We work side by side with people who have big hearts and a lack of fear for getting some dirt or a couple of callouses on their hands...

We work for the sake of wildlife!

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If you interested in other events that teach beginners about hunting, shooting, trapping, fishing and wildlife, check out
the Hunting and Angling Heritage Workgroup Outdoor Skills calendar below for and upcoming event for the whole family.

Hunting and Angling Heritage Workgroup Outdoor Skills Calendar