Designing A Future For Arkansas Wildlife
State Wildlife Action Plan Preproposals for 2018

  1. A population genomic framework for prioritizing fish species of greatest conservation need in the White River Drainage in Arkansas

  2. Age-specific survival and habitat use of Rusty Blackbirds in Arkansas

  3. Cambarus hubbsi Distribution, Population Genetics and Potential Invasive Species Effects in the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas and Missouri

  4. Conservation genetics of the Ozark pocket gopher

  5. Constructing a distributional map for winter stonefly species of greatest conservation need in Arkansas

  6. Continuous Monitoring of Water Temperature and Quantity in Headwaters and Tributaries of the Strawberry, Middle Ouachita, Upper Ouachita, Little Missouri, and Caddo Rivers

  7. Creating Required Structural Habitat Diversity in Emergent Wetland Habitat Managed for King Rails on the Freddie Black Choctaw Island WMA

  8. Determining factors influencing hydrologic alteration and geomorphic instability in the Illinois River Watershed and potential impacts on mussel SGCN and associated fish communities

  9. Dispersal and Genetic Structure of an Arkansas endemic subspecies, the Ozark Pocket Gopher (Geomys bursarius ozarkensis)

  10. Establishing Baseline Ecological Conditions for Three Ecologically Sensitive Watersheds in Northeastern Arkansas

  11. Expanding Pine Flatwoods Habitat Restoration at Longview Saline Natural Area to Benefit SGCN

  12. Fall Dispersal and Genetic Diversity of Ozark Pocket Gopher

  13. Glade Restoration and Conservation of Ozark-Highland Species of Greatest Need in Northern Arkansas

  14. Habitat use and movement by Strawberry Darter Etheostoma fragi within the Strawberry River basin, Arkansas

  15. Hydrology Alterations in the Illinois River Watershed and Potential Impact on Aquatic Species of Conservation Concern

  16. Mapping and Prioritizing Sediment Sources from Unpaved Roads in the Central Sandhill Ecosystem

  17. Monitoring Illinois Chorus Frog (Pseudacris illinoensis) in Northeast Arkansas

  18. Oak Woodland Restoration

  19. Reducing Sedimentation through Implementation of Best Management Practices (BMPs) on a Stream Crossing in the Alum Fork Saline Watershed

  20. Transitioning an Ozark Oak Forest to a Woodland Habitat An Evaluation and Demonstration of Woodland Management

  21. Using a Multi-dimensional Approach to Determine the Conservation and Taxonomic statuses of Two Rare Crayfishes in Northern Arkansas

Send comments to:

Allison Fowler

Arkansas Wildlife Action Plan Implementation Coordinator

Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

213 A. Hwy. 89 South

Mayflower, AR 72106

877-470-3650, ext. 1202