Arizona Wildlife Views is a bimonthly magazine covering wildlife and outdoor recreation published by the Arizona Game and Fish Department.

Arizona Wildlife Views


Arizona Wildlife Views Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

Arizona Game & Fish Department
5000 W. Carefree Highway
Phoenix AZ 85086

Phone: (626) 236-7216

Submitting Your Work to Arizona Wildlife Views

Before submitting to Arizona Wildlife Views

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From the Arizona Wildlife Views guidelines:

Subject matter : General interest, how-to, photo features, popularized technical material on Arizona wildlife and wildlife management, habitat issues, outdoor recreation involving wildlife, boating,fishing, hunting, bird watching, animal observation, off-highway vehicle use, etc., and historical articles about wildlife and wildlife management.

Writers’ guidelines: Queries or articles submitted on speculation are welcome. Issues are planned one year in advance. Articles accepted for publication may lie in wait for the appropriate issue.

Submission Guidelines Details for Arizona Wildlife Views

Market Type: Magazine

Contact: Heidi Rayment


Accepts: Animals, historical, how-to, recreation

Web Address:

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