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Help the AGFC keep tabs on Arkansas’s bear population

Oct. 2, 2019

LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Game and Fish Commission biologists are keeping a watchful eye on growing bear populations throughout Arkansas, and as part of this expanded monitoring effort, biologists are asking hunters and outdoors enthusiasts to help record bear sightings through a simple online survey on iNaturalist.org.

Join Arkansas’s annual turkey and quail brood survey effort

June 7, 2019

LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is opening up participation in the state’s annual Wild Turkey Brood Survey and Annual Northern Bobwhite Survey to the general public for the first time, thanks to a new online surveying tool.

Help the AGFC keep tabs on Arkansas turkeys

March 6, 2019

LITTLE ROCK — Hunters can help the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission track hunting effort and success throughout turkey season this spring by signing up to be a part of the annual Spring Gobbler Hunting Survey. It’s free to participate and your responses will help shape important aspects of wild turkey management in Arkansas. 
 

AGFC app enables hunters to help biologists through observation reports

Dec. 12, 2018

LITTLE ROCK – Hunters can help the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission with wildlife management efforts through the AGFC’s free Deer Hunting Observation Survey available through the AGFC app on their smartphone. The app is available through both the iTunes app store and the Google Play store. 
 

Fish attractor and aquatic vegetation survey

May 23, 2018

LITTLE ROCK – The Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society currently is conducting an online survey of anglers who target manmade fish attractors and aquatic vegetation in southeastern reservoirs.

Arkansas fisheries biologists suggest removing, revising regulations

May 2, 2018

LITTLE ROCK - Biologists with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission presented a series of changes to regulations at the Commission’s formal briefing Wednesday, April 27, as part of the annual regulations cycle. The focus of many of these changes is to remove complicated regulations wherever possible and help people get started fishing.
 

Commission tables topic on surface-drive motor restriction, new public comment survey available

May 1, 2018

LITTLE ROCK – Commissioners heard the first official reading of two waterfowl regulations changes proposed for the 2018-19 season at last Wednesday’s monthly meeting – neither of which concerned surface-drive motors on wildlife management areas.