Arkansas Wildlife


          UpComing Events

Upcoming events

    • 01 Nov 2018
    • Central Arkansas Library, Little Rock, AR

    Over the past two decades, monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) populations have declined significantly due to a variety of factors including habitat loss and a lack of milkweed plants, the sole host plant used by the monarch during its egg and larval stages. Subsequently, the presidents of the United States and Mexico and the Prime Minister of Canada have called for cooperative action. This decline has also prompted several national groups to petition the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to protect monarch butterflies under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). In June 2014, a Presidential Memorandum was issued from The White House directing federal actions to address the issue of pollinator conservation, resulting in the creation of a Pollinator Health Task Force and the National Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators.

    Recognizing the importance of this issue and the need to be part of the solution, representatives from the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), Arkansas Wildlife Federation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Arkansas Game and Fish Commission began discussing Arkansas’s role in monarch conservation. Staff from these agencies along with staff from Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission and Arkansas Association of Conservation Districts formed the core team that planned a summit for discussing the options for future collaboration.

Past events

14 Sep 2018 Be A Hero! Habitat Improvement Project -Work Day-Bearcat Hollow
28 Jul 2018 Annual Conservation Achievement Awards Banquet.
04 May 2018 2018 Wildlife of Arkansas Student Art Contest Awards presentation
03 Mar 2018 Petit Jean WMA Work Day March 3rd
01 Dec 2017 “Wildlife of Arkansas” 2018 Student Art Contest
12 Oct 2017 Arkansas Monarch Pollinator Summit 2017
20 Sep 2017 Back to the Wood -Dinner and Brews
15 Sep 2017 Bearcat Hollow Work Day is Set
12 Aug 2017 Annual Conservation Achievement Awards Banquet.
06 May 2017 Monarchs, Pollinators & More
08 Apr 2017 Clinton, AR- Learn to Burn-Introduction to Prescribed Burning
18 Mar 2017 Fort Smith- Learn to Burn-Introduction to Prescribed Burning
11 Mar 2017 Batesville- Learn to Burn-Introduction to Prescribed Burning
11 Mar 2017 Learn to Burn Introduction to Prescribed Burning-Hatfield AR
25 Feb 2017 Arkansas Quail Presentation -Biologist Warren Montague
25 Feb 2017 AWF Quarterly Board Meeting Planned-Fort Smith
10 Feb 2017 Visit us at the Arkansas Sports Show-Jonesboro
06 Feb 2017 2017 Wildlife of Arkansas Student Art Entry Deadline
07 Jan 2017 ***AWF Quarterly Board Meeting Moved to Feb 25th***
01 Oct 2016 AWF 4th quarter Board Meeting - Executive Board Election
17 Sep 2016 Bearcat Hollow Work Day
13 Aug 2016 2016 Governers Conservation Achievement Awards Banquet
23 Jul 2016 AWF Board Meeting
24 Jun 2016 Buffalo River Elk Festival
16 Jun 2016 National Wildlife Federation Annual Meeting
10 Jun 2016 Warrior Fishing Tournament at Lake Dardanelle
23 Apr 2016 AWF Board Meeting
22 Apr 2016 Hot Springs Arbor Day Event
22 Apr 2016 Earth Day at Carver Elementary
19 Mar 2016 2016 AR Trails Symposium
12 Feb 2016 Visit us at the Arkansas Sports Show
06 Feb 2016 AWF Quarterly Board Meeting
22 Jan 2016 Visit the AWF Booth at the Big Buck Classic!
19 Nov 2015 AGFC Monthly Meeting
18 Nov 2015 2016 Wildlife of Arkansas Student Art Entry Deadline

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

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Arkansas Wildlife Federation / P.O. Box 56380 / Little Rock, AR 72215
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