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The May photo of Red-Eared Slider in Lake Conway is courtesy of photographer Bob Barnett. During the month of May, it’s finally warm enough for the wildlife of our state to become active. Turtles are especially hard not to notice while they migrate from one side of the road to another. Here are some of OnlyinArk.com’s most popular wildlife stories:

S-S-S-Snakes in Arkansas

Alligators in Arkansas

Where Have All the Bobwhite Gone?

 

Two-Headed Snakes and Turtles in Arkansas

Bobcats in Arkansas

River Otters in Arkansas

Snakes in Arkansas – Breaking Down Barriers

 

Lions, Tigers, and Bears! Seeing Wild Animals in the Natural State

Bears in Arkansas

Audubon Arkansas

Arkansas State Symbols: Mockingbird

Opossums in Arkansas

Arkansas Frogs

Native Birds of Arkansas

Sharing the Trails with Arkansas Wildlife

Eagle Watching in Arkansas

Arkansas Elk

Birds in the Winter Garden in Arkansas

Bats in Arkansas

Create a Bat-Friendly Habitat

 

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