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Wild Science Webinar: September 2022 - Optimizing Sampling Protocols of Flathead Catfish in Ouachita River and WRICE: Partnerships and Benefits to Participants

Sept. 14, 2022

The Wild Science Webinar is a monthly series featuring Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff presenting research and projects about Arkansas fish and wildlife. In this month's webinar, Jacob Martin, District 6 Fisheries Management Biologist, will present "Optimizing Sampling Protocols: Evaluating how Electrofishing Settings affect the Capture of Flathead Catfish in the Ouachita River" and Jessica Feltz, Conservation Social Scientist, in collaboration with Luke Naylor, Wildlife Management Division Chief, will present "WRICE: Partnerships and the Benefits to Participants".

Wild Science Webinar: August 2022 - Family and Community Fishing Program and Keeping Track of Wild Turkeys in Arkansas

Aug. 4, 2022

The Wild Science Webinar is a monthly series featuring Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff presenting research and projects about Arkansas fish and wildlife. In this month's webinar, Maurice Jackson, Family and Community Fishing Program Coordinator, will present "Family and Community Fishing Program: A Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation (R3) Approach to the Outdoors" and Jeremy Wood, Turkey Program Coordinator, will present "Keeping Track of Wild Turkeys in Arkansas".

Wild Science Webinar: July 2022 - Foundations of Deer Management and Smallmouth Bass in the Eleven Point River

July 11, 2022

The Wild Science Webinar is a monthly series featuring Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff presenting research and projects about Arkansas fish and wildlife. In this month's webinar, Bubba Groves, Private Lands Assistant Supervisor, will present "Foundations of Deer Management" and Dr. Allison Asher, Fisheries Management Biologist, will present "Multi-year Assessment of Smallmouth Bass in the Eleven Point River".

Wild Science Webinar: June 2022 - Arkansas' Black Bass Management Plan and Assessing Feral Hog Damage using Drones

June 21, 2022

The Wild Science Webinar is a monthly series featuring Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff presenting research and projects about Arkansas fish and wildlife. In this month's webinar, Dr. Vic DiCenzo, Black Bass Program Coordinator, will present "Partnering with Stakeholders to Create Arkansas' Black Bass Management Plan" and Ryan Farney, Feral Hog Program Coordinator, will present "Assessing Feral Hog Damage using Drones".

Wild Science Webinar: May 2022 - Alligator Gar Reactions to Low Head Dams and Hunters' Perceptions of CWD Management

May 4, 2022

The Wild Science Webinar is a monthly series featuring Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff presenting research and projects about Arkansas fish and wildlife. In this month's webinar, Eric Brinkman, Assistant Chief of Aquatic Conservation, will present "Movements and Macrohabitat Use of Alligator Gar in Relation to a Low Head Lock and Dam System" and Dr. Jennifer Ballard, State Wildlife Veterinarian and Assistant Chief of the Research Division, will present "Arkansas Hunters' Perceptions of Chronic Wasting Disease Management".

Wild Science Webinar: April 2022 - Migration Dynamics of the American Eel and Alligators: Measuring Sustainability

April 5, 2022

The Wild Science Webinar is a monthly series featuring Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff presenting research and projects about Arkansas fish and wildlife. In this month's webinar, Mark Barbee, Wildlife Assistant Regional Supervisor, will present "Alligators: Measuring Sustainability" and Jeff Quinn, River and Stream Program Supervisor, will present "Migration Dynamics of the American Eel".

Wild Science Webinar: March 2022 - Ozark Hellbender and Greentree Reservoir Renovations

March 9, 2022

The Wild Science Webinar is a monthly series featuring Arkansas Game and Fish Commission staff presenting research and projects about Arkansas fish and wildlife. In this month's webinar, Buck Jackson, Wetlands Biologist Specialist, will present "The Science behind Greentree Reservoir Restoration" and Kelly Irwin, AGFC Herpetologist, will present "Conservation Status of the Ozark Hellbender".