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    Arkansas Hillbilly Elk

    The herd isnt really big, but doing well. RMEF and the AGFC have worked hard to get it to where it is. Below are some nice photos. For those interested, I've attached a link from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission on their history and reintroduction to Arkansas.

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    Neat! Thanks for sharing!

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    That's awesome!! Do your locals Bi$&H about them as much as ours do?

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    Some do, some don't. The real pain for landowners are sightseers that trespass. September is a good time for watching. The larger herd hangs close to the road, so you get to see some incredible rutting/bugling action.

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    Great pics. A couple of good bulls! Thanks for sharing!


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    Nice pics! Good to see!

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    That's awesome! Great to see the work paying off.


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    Neat, the Southern Missouri herd is growing too...maybe one day they will connect

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    id like to hear more aout this heard, i lived in arkansas for a couple years, those buls have the potential to get huge there with the long green feeding seasons. this is awesome

 

 

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