The Gov. Mike Huckabee Delta Rivers Nature Center in Pine Bluff will host a special two-hour seminar beginning at 1 p.m., February 6, to teach the basics of snow goose hunting.
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission biologists will host a series of free workshops to teach landowners how to increase wildlife habitat on their property using prescribed fire this February and March.
The fungus associated with White-nose Syndrome was recently confirmed on a tricolored bat found in Boone County.
The Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission’s recently completed its latest nature trail at Byrd Lake Natural Area in Pine Bluff thanks to a grant by the Arkansas GFC.
The 2015-16 Arkansas duck season ends Sunday, and hunters looking for a bright spot in a largely lackluster season won’t find it in the Arkansas latest aerial waterfowl survey report…
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced the availability of $350 million to help landowners protect and restore key wetlands, grasslands and farmlands across the nation.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission authorized the Director to execute a 90-day extension to the current Memorandum of Agreement between the AGFC and the Arkansas Natural Resources…..
For the fourth straight season, Arkansas hunters have passed the 200,000-deer mark in harvest.
The tragic death of country music singer Craig Strickland and friend Chase Morland serves as a shocking reminder that accidents on the water do happen, and can be fatal if hunters and anglers…..
When the Arkansas River crested at 46.24 feet at the Pine Bluff gauge on Saturday, Jan. 2, it reached the highest level since Emmett Sanders Lock and Dam was completed in 1968.
To no one’s surprise, there’s abundant waterfowl habitat across Arkansas, but preliminary reports from the midwinter aerial waterfowl survey don’t seem to indicate a substantial influx of waterfowl.
AGFC biologists have learned through speaking with local landowners and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that the White River at Georgetown is expected to crest at 27 feet, Jan.3, 2016.
Waterfowl habitat conditions in Arkansas have been excellent for the early part of the 2015-2016 season.
Flood-prone regions not only include public hunting land, but also private land within those zones.
When the second segment of waterfowl season opens Saturday, Dec. 10, hunters will take to the water in search of mallards and memories.
Joe Mosby was busy writing about the Arkansas outdoors for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission even during his final days…
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Education Division is implementing two new programs on beginning Jan. 1, 2016.
The coldwater crayfish is a rare species found only in parts of the Arkansas and Missouri Ozarks.
Wildlife Officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission rescued two stranded motorists from floodwater in Perry County early Saturday morning.
Their observations show an estimated Arkansas population that’s near average, but the percentage of mallards fell below the 2009-2015 long-term average
Three wildlife management areas hold some excellent opportunities for youth hunters on public land as well.
Several options are open to you in this rapidly approaching modern gun season looking at you, according to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
The fields could be converted into prime habitat for turkey, quail, monarch butterflies, pollinators, deer and several other wildlife species.
The magnificent animals are bugling and thousands of visitors are coming to Boxley Valley in western Newton County to watch and photograph the herds.
Ten cadets have completed more than 700 hours of intensive training to become wildlife officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
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.