Arkansas Unpaved Roads Program Aimed at Protecting State’s Waters
Arkansas hunters tagged 208,075 deer during the 2014-15 season, just short of totals for the previous two years.
Arkansas’s weather pattern has changed for the better and it’s beginning to feel a little more like spring. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has been busy stocking ponds around the state.
The technique sometimes goes by other names. Worm fiddling is also called worm charming or worm grunting…
Deer meat. Venison. They’re one and the same, and there is a lot of it available across Arkansas during and even after hunting seasons.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Enforcement Division K-9 team took top honors at the 2015 Southern States Manhunt Field Trials held earlier this month at Camp Robinson in North Little Rock.
Efforts are underway at Pea Ridge National Military Park in northwest Arkansas to rebuild habitat for bobwhite quail, a highly popular bird that has suffered from declining habitat nationwide.
Conway teacher Jim Belote realized something was different about the lone duck he spotted on the lower end of Craig D. Campbell Lake Conway Reservoir.
In the world of wildlife there are two basic needs that stand out from nearly all else, food and cover. Food is what provides the energy an animal needs to continue living its life.
Planning ahead for your next deer season should include a look over your shoulder.
Officers began surveillance on the property’s lake after receiving information that people had been shooting ducks before the season and baiting ducks.
Row crop farm producers now can enroll center-pivot corners in specific Conservation Reserve Program practices to include Upland Bird Habitat Buffer (CP33), and Wetlands (CP38B) or Native Grasses
Fourteen wounded veterans and their families enjoyed hunting and riding ATVs with the help of volunteers from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The arrival of February’s second half means birds around your place are scrambling.
Late last month, wildlife officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission participated in the Annual Arkansas Special Olympics Area 12 Polar Plunge held at the University of Arkansas at Monticello
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is looking for a few good men and women interested in becoming wildlife officers for the agency
An Arkansas Game and Fish Commission wildlife officer helped diffuse a potentially dangerous situation last week in Mountain Home.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is asking the public to provide feedback on the state’s wildlife regulations.
Arkansas anglers have had a respite from the cold over the past week.
Drivers traveling south on Highway 95 along Lake Overcup may have noticed what appears to be a slide on the back side of the Lake Overcup dam.
Earlier this month, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced approved grants from the first round of proposals to the new Regional Conservation Partnership Program.
Enforcement officials with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission are looking for a person who shot and wounded a bald eagle Monday on Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area.
Snow geese abound in parts of Arkansas at present.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s private lands biologists have scheduled a series of free workshops.
During last week’s meeting of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, Commissioners approved an increase in several non-resident hunting and fishing licenses.
A boat prop stolen from a duck hunter near Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area has been recovered.
The Arkansas Big Buck Classic returns to the Arkansas State Fairgrounds Jan. 23-25. Live animals, tree stands, deer blinds, outfitters, clothing, boats, fishing equipment, exhibits, and demonstrations
For 13 Arkansans, eight of them youngsters, December brought them a special gift. They went deer hunting.
The congestion exists for about one mile downstream of the dam. Palarm Creek is the main tributary that was impounded to create Lake Conway.
A pseudorabies outbreak has been confirmed near DeQueen in Sevier County. The outbreak claimed the lives of 10 hunting dogs after they encountered feral swine
Eleanor Henry is 17 and a junior at Dumas High School, already a veteran deer hunter, she has four Boone & Crockett bucks to her credit.
Late last month, several youths participated in a special youth deer camp at the Fred Berry Conservation Education Center on Crooked Creek, located near Yellville.
With more than 10 million hunters pursuing the white-tailed deer in the United States, according to the USFWS, this iconic creature reigns supreme as the most hunted species in NA.
Duck season opens 30 minutes before sunrise Saturday, and Arkansas is coming off an extended bout of unseasonably cold weather…
Fourteen cadets have completed more than 700 hours of intensive training to become wildlife officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission…
The increase in predator populations such as coyote, bobcat, raccoon, skunk and fox can be attributed to several factors, but primarily the “boogie man” associated with ethical & effective trapping…