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September 19, 2012 Arkansas Outdoors Newsletter

Daisy donates BB gun ranges to AGFC’s shooting safety programs 
 FORT SMITH – Daisy Outdoor Products President, C.E.O. and Chairman of the Board of Directors, Ray Hobbs, has announced the company’s partnership with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s shooting safety programs. Daisy has donated four inflatable BB gun ranges to the AGFC.

Ouachita WMAs offer varied hunting opportunities 
 MOUNT IDA – Mountains, trees, large acreages and few people – the setting should be close to ideal for the managing of wildlife and its habitat.

Union Pacific reminds hunters not to be drawn to railroad property 
 LITTLE ROCK – Union Pacific Railroad urges hunters to resist the temptation to hunt on railroad property this season. Wildlife will migrate and feed along the edges of freshly harvested fields, making these areas prime hunting spots. With many fields adjacent to Union Pacific tracks, hunters find it very tempting to hunt on or near the tracks. 

AGFC night at I-30 Speedway is Sept. 29 
 LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Game and Fish Night at I-30 Speedway in Alexander will be Saturday, Sept. 29. The special event will raise funds for boating safety education work in the state.

Act fast – AGFC Expo has a few openings 
 LITTLE ROCK – Teachers, parents and fifth-grade students are in luck – this year’s Youth Outdoor Expo is not completely booked yet.
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