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July 6, 2011 Arkansas Outdoors Newsletter

Outdoors workshop designed for women begins in September
LITTLE ROCK – Are you a woman who wants to improve your outdoor skills or learn new ones? The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is looking for participants to attend the 2011 Arkansas Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop in September. BOW is an outdoor skills workshop just for women. Participants will be provided a non-threatening atmosphere where women can have fun learning skills that will enhance their enjoyment of Arkansas outdoors. The workshop focuses on learning outdoor skills usually associated with hunting and fishing but includes other outdoor pursuits as well.

It’s never too hot for bream fishing in Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK – Think it’s too hot to fish? That’s just an excuse. Enjoyable fishing can take place even in these hot periods, according to anglers on the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff.

Working woodlands for wildlife: Begin with a plan
JASPER – If you have a desire to make your land more attractive to wildlife, you’ll be among a large segment of the Arkansas population.

Butterfly count coming up at Queen Wilhelmina Park
MENA – Are you into butterflies? Perhaps you’re just curious about them.

A learning and participation opportunity is coming up Saturday, July 9, with the North American Butterfly Count at Queen Wilhelmina State Park near Mena.
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