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Arkansas Wildlife Magazine
Arkansas Wildlife magazine November/December 2020 Issue

March/April 2021 Articles

CWD Study Aims for Answers

Researchers from the University of Georgia have begun a major study to better understand chronic wasting disease in northwestern Arkansas. By Jeff Williams

CWD Study Aims for Answers


Black Bear Record Swatted Aside

Wildlife harvest records usually are broken by small percentages, although Arkansas bear hunters during the 2020 season broke the 2018 record by 15 percent. By Jeff Williams

Black Bear Record Swatted Aside

Fresh Look for 2021 Turkey Season 
Turkey hunters in Arkansas might be perplexed when they look at a zone map for the state this spring, but they also will be relieved by the simplicity. By Randy Zellers.

Elk Hunters do Double Take 
Despite a break from tradition, hunters harvested 47 elk in northern Arkansas during the 2020 season, the same total taken the previous season. By Randy Zellers and Jeff Williams.

WMA Tour Reveals Dying Trees 
The rainy weather of Oct. 27 was an omen of the dire situation facing conservationists who manage the greentree reservoirs of Hurricane Lake WMA. By Randy Zellers.

No Time Like Now 
Enjoying the outdoors with youngsters can be challenging, although taking advantage of time together and making memories outweighs any “inconvenience.” By Chris Yielding.

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