Once nearly wiped clean from Arkansas’s streams, the river otter now enjoys a healthy population which benefits not only trappers, but the many men and women who enjoy watching wildlife from a canoe, kayak or other watercraft.
AGFC staff and Polk County recently gave Lake Wilhelmina in Polk County a thorough cleaning after wildlife officers were informed of a growing trash problem accumulating around the 200-acre AGFC-owned lake.
Many students are interested in careers in wildlife management, fisheries, wildlife health and conservation education, but often lack the hands-on experience to stand out from the crowd of applicants.
Officials in Arkadelphia say local residents should not be alarmed about the recent news of the massive petrochemical spill.
The AGFC has drop-off locations across the state to let your old Christmas tree have a second life as underwater cover.
The newly opened zones in south Arkansas grabbed many hunters’ attentions, as the bear population has expanded into the Gulf Coastal Plain of Arkansas and bears had been recorded at deer feeders on a regular basis for a decade.
The eBird tool has been available for years, but the new portal gives birders a more customized way to learn more about and participate in birding.