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Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

Texarkana, TX -(Ammoland.com)- Commissioners with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission last week discussed this year’s dove season, the unofficial opening of Arkansas’s fall hunting season, at its monthly meeting in Texarkana.

Early-season migratory game-bird season selections must be reported to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by Aug. 1.

Approval for the early seasons will take place during the Commission’s July meeting. Proposed changes from last season are minor.

Mourning Dove and Eurasian Collared Dove
Sept. 6-Oct. 25 and Dec. 20-Jan. 8

 

Teal Season
Sept. 13-28

Rail Season
Sept. 6-Nov. 14

Woodcock Season
Nov. 8-Dec. 22

Snipe Season
Nov. 1-Feb. 15

Purple Gallinule and Common Moorhen Season
Sept. 1-Nov. 9

Early Canada Goose Season
Sept. 1-15

Northwest Canada Goose Zone Season
Sept. 20-29

In other business, the Commission:

  • Approved the AGFC budget for fiscal year 2014-15, totaling $88,123,246.
  • Approved a budget increase of $200,000 to aid in the completion of the Lower Cache River Restoration Project.
  • Turned down a 23-acre land donation offer after AGFC personnel determined that the property was not suitable for a wildlife or nature preserve. The property is located on Highway 270 in Hot Spring County in a residential and agricultural area.
  • Approved a budget increase of $540,987 to be used for State Wildlife Grant projects.
  • Elected Ron Duncan of Springdale chairman of the Commission. Emon Mahony of El Dorado was elected vice chairman. The meeting was the last for out-going vice chairman Ty Patterson of Texarkana whose term expires this month.

 

About the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC)

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission plays an important role in keeping The Natural State true to its name. During the last 100 years, the agency has overseen the protection, conservation and preservation of various species of fish and wildlife in Arkansas. This is done through habitat management, fish stocking, hunting and fishing regulations, and a host of other programs. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s mission is to conserve and enhance Arkansas’s fish and wildlife and their habitats while promoting sustainable use, public understanding and support.

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