The University of Arkansas Pine Tree Experimental Station Wildlife Demonstration Area
The University of Arkansas Pine Tree Experimental Station Wildlife Demonstration Area was created by a joint agreement between the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and the University of Arkansas under which AGFC will manage wildlife resources, provide recreational opportunities and manipulate limited habitats of the experimental station as a wildlife demonstration area. The 11,850-acre area consists of diverse habitat of hardwood timber intermixed with fields planted in various crops. Several beaver ponds provide habitat for wintering waterfowl as well as other  frequenters of wetland habitats. Many outdoor opportunities exist for the visiting public. Several lakes within the WDA provide fishing. Bird enthusiasts can venture into the hardwoods and along the edges of fields and observe an array of songbirds. Hiking can be experienced using some of the woods roads within the demonstration area.  AGFC management is limited to agricultural and conservation practices within the “open lands” portions of the area, including croplands, prairie establishment fields, and other less prominent types such as brush lands, permanent openings, wetland and open water habitats.

No camping is allowed.

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