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February 12, 2014 Arkansas Outdoors

Date02/12/2014
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$5,000 reward for information on bald eagle shooting
LITTLE ROCK – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission are investigating the killing of a juvenile bald eagle in Logan County.

ANRC needs public input for Arkansas water plan
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Water Plan is the state’s comprehensive planning process for the conservation, development and protection of Arkansas’s water resources. It has a goal of long-term sustainable use for the health, well-being, environmental and economic benefit of the State of Arkansas.

ANASP regionals bring out over 3,400 students
LITTLE ROCK – The popular Arkansas National Archery in the Schools Program will hold its regional tournaments this weekend. The number of competitors is up significantly from the previous year, with over 3,400 archers scheduled to compete at eight regional sites.

It’s walleye time in several Arkansas lakes, rivers
HEBER SPRINGS – When the second half of February arrives, it’s walleye time in Arkansas. The tasty but challenging fish move up to shallow, graveled areas for spawning.

Join the Great Backyard Bird Count Feb. 14-17
LITTLE ROCK – Birdwatchers across the U.S. and Canada are getting ready to tally millions of birds in the annual Great Backyard Bird Count coordinated by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Audubon and Canadian partner Bird Studies Canada. The annual count will be held Feb. 14-17.
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