Northern AZ Peaks Chapter Banquet
July 21, 2018 - Flagstaff Elks Lodge. - 2018 AES Northern Arizona Peaks Chapter Banquet is July 21, 2018 at Flagstaff Elks Lodge | 2101 N. San Francisco St., | Flagstaff, Az 86001. Doors open at 4:30 PM | Dinner 6:00 PM
July 28-29, 2018 - Camp Raymond, 7709 S. Boy Scout Camp Road, Parks, AZ 86019. - Wapiti Weekend is probably the youth event we are most known for. This event is an annual event and parents almost fight to get their children into this event each year.
AES 2018 Annual Elk Clinic
August 4, 2018 - El Zaribah Shrine, 552 North 40th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008 | 9am - 4pm Lunch Included | Doors open at 8am. he AES Annual Elk Clinic, is the largest one-day comprehensive 'learn to hunt' clinic for beginners to seasoned hunters. Learn the before, during and after strategies and techniques for hunting elk.
AES Annual Meeting
August 23, 2018 - Cabela's conference rooms. - The Arizona Elk Society will hold it's annual Board meeting on Wednesday, August 23rd. Board nominations that will be voted on during the meeting are: Glen Jones, Andrew Kap, Greg Godbehere. Location: Cabela's conference rooms, 9380 W Glendale Ave, Glendale, AZ 85305 | 6:30pm
HUNTS FOR HEROES®
Arizona Elk Society started a new program "Hunts for Heroes®" to help disabled veterans here in Arizona heal through hunting. Our first hunt is in the books. Kevin Widner was our first hunter and harvested a great antelope in Northern AZ. Program Director Dave Holbrook set up the hunt with our great friends at High Point Outfitters from Flagstaff. John from HPO and his guides did a great job.
Thank You to all that had a hand in this hunt and
Thank You to Kevin for his service to the United States.
Arizona Elk Society Selected for 2017 National Rise To The Future Partnership Award
April 26, 2018
The Arizona Elk Society is proud to be recognized by the United States Forest Service in Washington, D.C. as the winner of this year’s Partnership Award for its cooperation with the Coconino National Forest in the Southwestern Region. Last year, the Arizona Elk Society mobilized 150 volunteers in the first phase of a high elevation meadow restoration project to stabilize streambanks and reduce erosion; maintain the meadow over time; and benefit a number of threatened and endangered wildlife species, elk, and downstream aquatic life. A longstanding partner of the Coconino National Forest, the Arizona Elk Society has played a major role in assisting the national forest with stream, wetland, and riparian restoration projects. The Arizona Elk Society has engaged numerous other partners to contribute more than 10,000 volunteer hours over the past decade.
In October of 2017 Steve Clark, Executive Director of AES did a presentation at the site of the Long Valley project to local Arizona Forest service personnel and USFS representatives from Washington.
Stephen Clark will be in Washington D.C. on June 12th to do a presentation on the project and receive the award at the awards ceremony at the US Department of Agriculture.
The Humane Society of the United States and their Arizona Shell Organization, Arizonans for Wildlife, Admit Major Defeat by a Coalition of Arizona Wildlife Conservationists
March 31, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Phoenix- The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), a scandal laden political organization, waited until a slow news holiday weekend to announce their stunning failure to qualify an antiscience based wildlife management initiative for the upcoming 2018 ballot.
In an excuse laden message to their small group of supporters, Kitty Block, Acting President & CEO of HSUS said, “This difficult decision is the result of a perfect storm of local obstacles and emerging national issues…” What the acting CEO did not explain is how the HSUS is racked with forced departure of their senior leadership for flagrant, sexual harassment misconduct and the approaching decertification of the organization by the Better Business Bureau for their fundraising tactics.
The message sent by the acting CEO is also the first true acknowledgement that the Arizonans for Wildlife is just a front organization to avoid public discussion of the HSUS business model which annually spends less than 1% of their donations to assist local humane shelters. Yet HSUS masquerades as the local Humane Society chapter, routinely misleading donors into believing they assist displaced dogs and cats in our communities.
Forest Service partners with Arizona Elk Society to restore meadow system and protect Phoenix’s drinking water supply
Jan 11, 2018
In May 2017, approximately 150 volunteers sponsored by the Arizona Elk Society (AES) descended on the Mogollon Rim District of the Coconino National Forest to help restore the high elevation meadow at Long Valley Draw.