Feral Hog Management on National Wildlife Refuges in Arkansas

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Feral Hog Management on National Wildlife Refuges in Arkansas
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Fact Sheet
Aerial view of the Felsenthal basin
Established in 1975, Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is located in southeast Arkansas, approximately eight miles west of the town of Crossett. Named for a small community located at its southwest corner, this 76,000 acre refuge contains an abundance of water resources dominated by the...
Ducks resting in flooded field
Located in southeast Arkansas in Ashley County, Overflow National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1980 to protect one of the last remaining bottomland hardwood forests considered vital for maintaining mallard, wood duck, and other waterfowl populations in the Mississippi Flyway.
Fall scene near waters edge with cypress trees
Situated in an area where the Central and Mississippi flyways overlap, Pond Creek provides protection for the extremely valuable, yet rapidly disappearing bottomland hardwood forest.