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September 5, 2012 Arkansas Outdoors Newsletter

Teal hunting season opens Sept. 8; don't forget to get HIP
LITTLE ROCK – Teal season, the hunt for that early migrating species of ducks, opens Saturday, Sept. 8, across Arkansas. Are you HIP?

Young trapshooters pile up summer accomplishments
LITTLE ROCK – Hundreds of hours of practice, thousands of fired shotgun shells, and the result is a summer of notable performances by young trapshooters of Arkansas.

Deer and turkey hunter input needed on management plans
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has posted two surveys on its website as a way to gather input on wildlife management plans. The surveys outline goals, objectives and strategies for the 2013 strategic deer and turkey management plans.

Native warm season grass forages could have lessened drought impacts
LITTLE ROCK – Landowners who planted warm season grasses have weathered the state’s drought better than those who haven’t. Native warm season grasses can be the long-term solution to filling the summer forage gap that often happens here in Arkansas.
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