November/December 2021 Articles
A study continues tracking deer in the Ozarks, survey shows how hunters place bait and much more about the 2021-22 deer hunting season. By Randy Zellers and Jeff Williams.
The Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission offers a tutorial with several articles about bees, butterflies, native plants and pollination. By Samantha Scheiman and Theo Whitsell.
Damage Has Come To Light
Changes to water management will be enacted on well-known greentree reservoirs on three wildlife management areas during waterfowl season. By Randy Zellers and Jeff Williams.
Dog Days and Ducks
We never know what a day of duck hunting might bring, no matter how well we plan and prepare, although sometimes it all works out for the best. By Jim Harris.
Counting on Waterfowl
Because of COVID-19 protocols, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Mississippi Flyway biologists had to alter their approach to counting ducks. By Jim Harris.
Photographers from state agencies team up to show off the stunning colors of fall in Arkansas, from the heights of the Ozarks to the wetlands down south.
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