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By: Carol Griffee
317 pages, B/w photos
Photographs by Keith Sutton
Relates the story of the state's wildlife in historical context. It descibes the resident species, their environments, early conservation efforts to save them, and the attitudes of those who sought - whether for subsistence, profit, or recreation - to make use of Arkansas' wildlife and natural resources.
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