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Arkansas Wildlife magazine November/December 2020 Issue

November/December 2020 Articles

A Centerpiece for the Great Outdoors

Quotes about moving mountains abound but few mention rerouting rivers, which is exactly what happened on a King's River tributary in Madison County. By Jeff Williams.

A Centerpiece for the Great Outdoors


Me-oh My-oh on the Bayou

Soak in a little advice about George H. Dunklin Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area, which is known around the world for its greentree duck hunting. By Jim Harris.

Me-oh My-oh on the Bayou

Moving Earth and Flowing Water
Jason “Buck” Jackson breathed a sigh of relief after finishing an extensive renovation project on Ed Gordon Point Remove Wildlife Management Area. By Jim Harris.

Alligator Hunting Season Sets Records
Hunters harvested more alligators than ever before during the 2020 season in southern Arkansas, including a record that stretched almost 14 feet long. By Jim Harris

City Critters Caught on Camera
The Central Arkansas Urban Wildlife Project, with 30 cameras in place, will help researchers understand which species are using which habitats. By Jeff Williams.

Nesting Kites Verified in SW Arkansas
The first swallow-tailed kites born and raised in Arkansas since 1890 were documented last summer on Sulphur River Wildlife Management Area. By Randy Zellers.

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