Other Arkansas backyards with features are far more likely to entice birds than a fancy-looking seed dispenser.
Livestock producers in Southwest Arkansas are encouraged to take advantage of free water quality sampling being offered by South Arkansas University’s Natural Resource Research Center in Magnolia.
Nineteen Arkansas alligator hunters filled their season quota last weekend, the second and final segment of the 2015 season.
In an effort to improve waterfowl hunting on public areas, the AGFC banned the use of simulated wing-movement decoys on two of the state’s wildlife management areas during waterfowl season.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is looking for information in Arkansas and in other states on the regal fritillary, a butterfly.
Eating wild game can be one of the most reliable and satisfying ways to feed yourself, with no expiration date or butcher to tell you how long it has been on the shelf, how can you make sure its safe?
The first segment of Arkansas’s alligator season was a rousing success for James Pelt of Camden.
A Beaver Lake project just started has the ambitious goal of helping fishing, helping wildlife and improving overall habitat.
This month, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s YouTube channel features biologists in search of living fossils.
This hunting season, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is partnering with Project ChildSafe to remind hunters that safety remains at the core of America’s hunting traditions.
University of Arkansas students study crayfish at the Spring River in north Arkansas.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is recognizing those experiences with first new dove, first rabbit, first duck, and first squirrel full-color certificates.
Arkansas’s duck season will again cover 60 days.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is seeking public input on the draft 2015 Arkansas Wildlife Action Plan.
There is now an official chapter of Quail Forever in central Arkansas.
The University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service is holding two free workshops on feral hog control.
Nearly 400 of Arkansas’s natural resource conservationists honored 12 of their own at the Arkansas Wildlife Federation’s 2015 Governor’s Conservation Achievement Awards banquet in Bryant…
A passion for the outdoors and its activities is deeply rooted in Ryan Nast, a corporal in the Enforcement Division of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Biologists are using a federal grant to continue tracking the migration of the familiar American woodcock, a bird whose population is slowly declining across eastern North America.
The duck hunters’ debate over spinning-wing decoys goes on…
Farmers, duck hunters, birdwatchers and other conservationists are forming an alliance to strengthen Arkansas’s economy by making mud.
Back in the deer restoration days, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission operated numbers deer farms or refuges.
Governor Asa Hutchinson has appointed Joe Morgan of Little Rock and Stuttgart to serve on the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Hunting may be the furthest thought from the minds of Arkansas outdoorsmen, but fall hunting was on the agenda for last week’s meeting of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Henry Moore III, a former member of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, died recently at the age of 82.
A rehabilitated crested caracara, an extremely rare bird for Arkansas, was released Saturday, July 11, on an Independence County farm where it was found helpless more than two months ago.
Duck numbers in North America were at a record high, but that good news was tempered a bit by a lower pond count in key areas of the breeding grounds in early spring.
Butch Richenback has been called the Pied Piper of Stuttgart, and he used a duck call instead of a flute…
Illinois officers said the charges grew out of a deer hunting visit to that state last fall. Arkansas and Illinois are two states participating in the relatively new nationwide Interstate Violators…
Duncan wound up serving two years as chairman of the Commission after a resignation of another commissioner.
Commissioners with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission last week discussed this year’s proposed dove season dates at its monthly meeting in Springdale…
A mountain lion that was killed in November by a deer hunter east of Hermitage in Bradley County is almost certainly the same mountain lion that was sighted in southern Marion County in September.
As you drive across the Mississippi Alluvial Valley, also known as the Arkansas Delta, you can usually see thousands of acres of production cropland.
A deer with CWD was found in Michigan a few days ago.
Pepper was a special dog, a female black Labrador retriever that won multiple national titles.
More incidences of bats infected with white-nose syndrome, a fungal disease deadly to bats, have been found at several locations in the Ouachita Mountains and in the Ozark Mountains.
If you plan on participating in the urban deer hunt program this year, you should be aware that important changes have been made to the program.
During its regular monthly meeting last week, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission approved three annual hunting and fishing licenses for outdoorsmen 65 and older.
A multi-partner project to restore quail at Pea Ridge National Military Park is developing additional benefits. It is recycling on land and in the water.
The weather has been a real problem for the state’s anglers, but the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has been busy stocking fisheries around the state.