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November 3, 2010 Arkansas Outdoors Newsletter

AGFC committee extends director application deadline
Applicants for the vacant director's position at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission have until Nov. 15 to apply. During a special meeting of the AGFC Personnel Committee Oct. 29, commissioners extended the application deadline, which was Oct. 31.

Gulf Mountain WMA renamed to honor Henderson
Scott Henderson's tenure as the director of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has come to an end, but his work fulfilling the agency's mission - to wisely manage Arkansas's fish and wildlife resources while providing maximum enjoyment for the people - continues. One of the state's wildlife management areas was renamed last week to honor Henderson's efforts.

Be on lookout for Minnesota eagle wearing radio
A bald eagle from Minnesota, a special bird wearing a radio transmitter, is hanging out in a rugged and remote area of the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas.

Wildlife management areas are separate deer zones
Who, what, when, where, how - anyone who has studied journalism has learned these basics of writing a news report.
Who, what, when, where and how also are the requirements when a hunter checks a deer, whether by telephone, by iPhone application or online.

WMA waterfowl permit deadlines approaching
Application deadlines are drawing near for permit-only waterfowl hunts on two Arkansas Game and Fish Commission wildlife management areas.

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