Arkansas Wildlife


          Keeping Public lands..public 

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But what are
public lands,
in the first

What are public lands?  Find out how they came to be and why they are so important with this Public Lands Primer.  Read More here.  Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge near Crossett. One  of ten national wildlife refuges within Arkansas 

The National Wildlife Federation and its affiliates nationwide have joined together to speak with one voice about the importance of public lands to all Americans, recognizing that the takeover of public lands by states would rob citizens of our national identity.     

Join the Fight.  Sign our petition to Keep Public Lands...Public.  Sign & Share Here 

"While so many sportsmen value our public land legacy, some politicians and special interests are working to dismantle it. "  Learn the facts about our public lands by following the link below. 

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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