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Arkansas Wildlife Magazine
Arkansas Wildlife magazine calendar issue 2021-22

September/October 2021 Articles

New Director Called to Serve

Austin Booth brings a commitment to conservation to his role as Pat Fitts steps away from the only career he ever knew or wanted. By Jeff Williams and Jim Harris.

Leave Your Hiking Boots at Home

Turkey Harvest Follows Predicted Trend

Although Arkansas turkey hunters checked 7,010 birds last spring, the 18 percent drop from 2020’s 8,583 was expected and similar to declines in surrounding states. By Randy Zellers.

Deep Dive Into Crooked Creek

Parker's Smooth, Successful Tenure  
Chairman Andrew Parker’s style helped him accomplish goals; Philip Tappan of Little Rock is appointed to Commission. By Jim Harris and Jeff Williams.

Jonesboro Westside, Corning Take Titles
Westside Red from Jonesboro topped the senior division and Corning Team 1 won the junior division at the Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program finals. By Jim Harris.

Southwest Arkansas Wildlife Officer, 55, dies Sr. Cpl. Jeff W. Neel of Hope, who worked in Hempstead County as a wildlife officer for 21 years, died Aug. 4 after a lengthy illness linked to COVID-19. By Jeff Williams.

A Range Near You
With archery deer hunting season opening across the state Sept. 25, the time is now to visit one of the AGFC’s 20 archery ranges to sharpen skills and build confidence. By Randy Zellers.

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