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March 15, 2017 Arkansas Outdoors Weekly Newsletter


AGFC honors 10 during awards banquet

LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission honored nine wildlife officers and one wildlife management technician for their dedicated service to the natural resources and the people of Arkansas during its Fourth Annual Enforcement Awards Banquet in Little Rock, March 14.

AGFC hopes to recall coveys

LITTLE ROCK - Arkansans of a certain age remember the familiar whoosh of northern bobwhite coveys flushed from fields. That invigorating experience is driving some of them, including Fred Brown, to restore quail across the state, so younger generations can feel the thrill.

Curry chicken salad spices up chilly March mornings

LITTLE ROCK – Some of this past season’s leftover ducks or venison back straps chilling in the deep freeze can be given lavish and tasty presentations via the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s “A Celebration of Conservation: 100 AGFC Recipes.”

Biologists help score young guns’ trophies during wild game supper

MCGEHEE– Each year, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff volunteer to take part of the annual McGehee Wild Game Supper held at the First Baptist Church in McGehee. In addition to providing information to people interested in improving their property for hunting and improving their hunts on public land in southeast Arkansas, the biologists help with a special deer-scoring contest. 



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