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Arkansas Wildlife Magazine
Arkansas Wildlife Magazine

September/October 2019 Articles

Doramus Makes History; Overton Ends Journey
The appointment of Anne Marie Doramus of Little Rock to the Arkanas Game and Fish Commission made headlines for several reasons. By Jim Harris and Jeff Williams.             

Doramus Makes History; Overton Ends Journey


Growing Up on the River
A Boys and Girls Club/Arkansas Game and Fish Commission collaboration has opened the outdoors to kids who otherwise might not go camping or canoeing. By Jeff Williams.

Keep a Few for You

Commissioners' Cup Full of Success
A new high school bass fishing tournament on Lake Hamilton exceeded the expectations of organizers and helped top anglers with the cost of education. By Jim Harris.

Tags Tell Tale of Crooked Creek
Crooked Creek anglers notice that some smallmouth bass have "volunteered" for a study by Arkansas Game and Fish Commission fisheries biologists. By Jeff Williams.

Bear Harvest Sets Record; Turkey on Uptick
Turkey hunters harvested 8,217 birds last April, an improvement over the 2018 season, but the 2018 black bear season set a record with 577 specimens checked. By Jeff Williams

A Love for Quail
Four examples of land restoration for wildlife – especially northern bobwhite – earned these Arkansas the first Landowner Achievement Awards for their efforts. By Jim Harris.

     

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