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Thank you for visiting OnlyInArk.com! We are glad you are enjoying your 2020 Calendar from First Security Bank.

The February photo of Bobcat at Eagle Watch Nature Trail in Gentry is courtesy of photographer Terry Stanfill. Mr. Stanfill says, “The Eagle Watch Nature Trail is a public 1/2 mile nature area open to the public to come view wintering bald eagles and much more wildlife. It’s located on the Flint Creek Power Plant property in Gentry, AR. Our Facebook page is Eagle Watch Nature Trail at SWEPCo Lake.

Nature conservatories like Eagle Watch Nature Trail are so important to preserve the native species that call Arkansas home. Below are some of our favorite OnlyinArk.com stories about endangered species and nature conservation efforts in Arkansas:

The Cache River and Cache River National Wildlife Refuge

Bats in Arkansas

Preventing Extirpation of Arkansas’s Alligator Gar

Every Red Wolf Counts at ASU

Last of the Wild Places: Arkansas National Wildlife Refuges

Opt Outside with the 2020 Iron Ranger Challenge


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