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Specks Calling Waterfowl Hunters
A call to join a greater white-fronted goose hunt turns reveals that specklebellies are plentiful in Arkansas, fun and simple to pursue, and good to eat. By Jim Harris.

Specks Calling Waterfowl Hunters


Waterlogged and Weary
Trees that play crucial roles for wintering waterfowl, turkeys, squirrels, resident birds and other wildlife are in declining health on some WMAs. By Jeff Williams.

Waterlogged and Weary

Aging Lake Youthful Again
A lake born in the late 1800s – and with plenty of wear to show for it – has new life thanks to local anglers and partnerships working together. By AGFC staff.

Trail Projects Making Strides
Work on the Delta Heritage Trail in eastern Arkansas and a series of mountain bike trails in Hot Springs reached milestones last fall. By Jeff Williams.

Freezers Heat Up CWD Surveliance
The number and breadth of chronic wasting disease cases in Arkansas continue to increase, although all cases are within the CWD zone. Compiled by Jeff Williams.

     

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