Hunters can find suitable hunting grounds through filling their details at the search page in the National Wildlife Refuge System’s website. The website is run by the Wildlife and Hunting Heritage Conservation Council which was established to facilitate opportunities for public hunting by provision of hunting refuges.
Due to increased levels of human encroachment, the Wildlife and Hunting Heritage Council set aside 500,000 acres of land for recreational purposes in Arizona. Also, the Council improved reporting on hunting public lands. As a result, hunters are now required to first provide details including their state, ZIP code, ZIP-code radius and the type of animal (from the available options) in order to find the most-desirable hunting refuge.