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Arkansas Wildlife magazine May June 2020 Issue

May/June 2020 Articles

ANASP Crowns Champions in Hot Springs
Alpena High School, Barton Middle School of El Dorado and Hill Farm Elementary School of Bryant take home archery championships. By Jim Harris.
ANASP Crowns Champions in Hot Springs

Turkeys, Apples and Oranges
Arkansas turkey hunters of a certain age have heard it: “We used to shoot 20,000 turkeys a year, and if we’re not, management is failing!” By Jeff Williams.
Reckless Desire

Outdoor Spirit Alive and Well 
The spread of the coronavirus certainly has affected the AGFC, although social distancing comes easier to an agency that does most of its work outdoors. By Jeff Williams.

Anglers, Predators Welcome Redear
Thanks to a donation from J.M. Malone and Son Inc., a Lonoke fish hatchery, about 290,000 redear sunfish recently were added to Lake Maumelle. By Jim Harris.

10 Wildlife Officers Receive Medals
The AGFC’s Enforcement Division presented 10 officers – and a civilian – with plaques and plaudits for their heroic efforts during the last year. By Jim Harris.

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