- Associated Press - Monday, February 24, 2014

SELIGMAN, Ariz. (AP) - Wildlife officials are soliciting volunteers to help in a recovery project in northern Arizona for the black-footed ferret.

Arizona Game and Fish Department has announced that it is seeking out volunteers to help document ferret populations for three days in March at a ferret recovery area in Aubrey Valley, just west of Seligman.

The black-footed ferret was twice thought extinct until a population of 18 was discovered in 1981.


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Aubrey Valley was chosen as a reintroduction site in 1996.

Officials say the ferrets have reached a high enough population now to be seen as self-sustaining.



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