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February 1, 2012 Arkansas Outdoors Newsletter

AGFC exploring antler restriction changes
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Wildlife Management Division is exploring antler restriction changes for several wildlife management areas and three deer zones. These antler restriction proposals are directly tied to habitat quality and harvest objectives.

Acres for Wildlife program helps improve environment
LITTLE ROCK – The quality of the environment in Arkansas is dependent upon decisions made by the many individuals who own and manage the land. Out of 33 million surface acres in the Arkansas, 29 million are under private ownership.

Bell Slough nature trail provides calm with wildlife bonuses MAYFLOWER – A handy and no-cost prescription for relaxing, for letting tensions, worries and headaches fade away, is to visit the Kenny Vernon Nature Trail at Bell slough Wildlife Management Area.

Bobwhite quail program on tap for nature center
LITTLE ROCK - Why has the bobwhite quail population declined? What is the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission doing to try to reverse the trend? How can landowners manage property to benefit quail? Those are a few of the questions quail hunters can get answered at a seminar sponsored by the AGFC.
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