When the Utah Department of Natural Resources called the Arizona Game and Fish Department that they have 100 antelope currently under a depredation permit and would Arizona like to have them?? The answer for the sportsmen and sportswomen of the State of Arizona and the country was a resounding yes. The call happened in early December – so teams had to mobilize in swift fashion and figure out logistics for capture, transport, and release, as well as where the funds were coming from for something like this to happen so quickly. Our friends at AZGFD called us and asked, “Would we be willing to help? Could we bring some resources to bear that could help them?” Our response was “Absolutely”. Through a very generous donation by the Wildlife Education Center of Legends Ranch we were able to raise funds for the solar GPS collars that will be used to track and collect data on the released antelopes. Simultaneously, the board of Blood Origins unanimously voted on spending operating funds to help capture and tell this story that really showcases what hunting and hunters are doing for wildlife conservation.