Arkansas Wildlife


Learn to Burn Introduction to Prescribed Burning-Hatfield AR

  • 11 Mar 2017
  • 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • 108 Hwy 246 West Hatfield, AR 71945

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Private Lands Section is proud to announce a series of workshops offered to landowners, free of charge, to teach the proper and safe use of prescribed fire to improve wildlife habitat.

T o enroll in one of these free workshops, simply use the links below up to a week before each event. There, you will be provided with specific directions and other information. For more information, contact Clint Johnson at or (877) 470-3650. These workshops have been made possible through partnerships with Arkansas Forestry Association, The Nature Conservancy, Arkansas Forestry Commission, and Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

Four Workshops to be held across the state:

March 11, 2017
Hatfield, Arkansas
Go to this web address to register:

March 11, 2017
Batesville, Arkansas
Go to this web address to register:

March 18, 2017
Fort Smith, Arkansas
Go to this web address to register:

April 8, 2017
Clinton, Arkansas
Go to this web address to register:

general announcement 2017 (1).docx

Learn to Burn 2017.pdf

Have injured or orphaned wildlife?   Below is a list of independent  VOLUNTEER rehabilitators  in your area that may be able to help. 
AR Wildlife Rehabilitators

Arkansas Wildlife Federation / P.O. Box 1500/ Farmington, AR 72730
Phone: 501-413-5750  

(Please note that the AWF does not remove animals or offer wildlife rehabilitation.  Found a baby wild animal?  See our list of rehabilitators  on the home page) 

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