Cozy Escapes to Warm Up Your Winter

One thing I love about Arkansas is that we truly experience all four seasons. So when Old Man Winter and Jack Frost are at play, I look forward to experiencing some of my favorite places from a cozy point of

Green is the New Black at Hobbs & Devil’s Den on Friday After Thanksgiving

Instead of joining the crazy crowds of shoppers on Black Friday, Rebekah Penny, an interpreter at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, suggests enjoying clean water and air, and time with friends and family by making memories at the park. “There is

November Events at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area

Scavenger hunts, eagle cruises, mountain bike rides, and programs to feel furs and skulls are just some of the fun events offered at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area in Rogers throughout the year. The interpretive programming is excellent at this 12,056-acre

Discover Your National Wildlife Refuges

Want to impress your teachers, enrich your life, and have fun while learning? Visit a national wildlife refuge and see what refuges are doing to conserve your wildlife heritage. National wildlife refuges include many of America’s most treasured landscapes. Take

Grizzly Gets Grassy Habitat With Pool

What do you think it would be like to feel grass between your huge paws for the first time if you were a grizzly bear who had been in captivity for many years? Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge in Eureka Springs

Construction Starts on Elk Viewing Areas

Much needed road construction on parking areas for wildlife viewing in Boxley Valley. I love to stop and see those majestic elk grazing in the fields along the Buffalo National River. So do hundreds of other people each year. Right

Learn About Alligators in Arkansas!

Kirsten Bartlow with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission shares some information on alligators in Arkansas. The below copy is care of KARK 4 News. Are alligators native to Arkansas? Yes, alligators have been in Arkansas for thousands of years.