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AR Beautiful Birds

Arkansas birds photographed by Arkansas birders

Prothonotary Warbler Photo: Gabe Hargrove
Black Scoter Photo: Gabe Hargrove
Cedar Waxwing Photo: Gabe Hargrove
Great Horned Owl Photo: Gabe Hargrove
Least Bittern Photo: Gabe Hargrove
Northern Pintail Photo: Gabe Hargrove
Snowy Egret Photo: Gabe Hargrove
Virginia Rail Photo: Gabe Hargrove
Yellow-crowned Night-Heron Photo: Gabe Hargrove
American Avocet Photo: Charles Mills
Bald Eagle Photo: Charles Mills
Barred Owl Photo: Charles Mills
Black-crowned Night-Heron Photo: Charles Mills
Bonaparte's Gull Photo: Charles Mills
Cassin's Sparrow Photo: Charles Mills
Great Blue Heron Photo: Charles Mills
Great Egret Photo: Charles Mills
Northern Saw-whet Owl Photo: Charles Mills
Purple Gallinule Photo: Charles Mills
Roseate Spoonbill Photo: Bill Branham
Trumpeter Swan Photo: Bill Branham
Swallow-tailed Kite Photo: Delos McCauley
Rufous Hummingbird Photo: Delos McCauley
Hooded Merganser Photo: John Redman
Painted Bunting Photo: John Redman
Ruby-throated Hummingbird Photo: Ron Howard
Lark Sparrow Photo: Ron Howard
Red-breasted Nuthatch Photo: Ron Howard
Osprey Photo: Ron Howard
Bald Eagle Photo: Bill Branham
Cattle Egret Photo: Bill Branham
Great Egret Photo: Bill Branham
Red-tailed Hawk Photo: Bill Branham
Little Blue Heron Photo: Bill Branham
American White Pelican Photo: Bill Branham
Rose-breasted Grosbeak Photo: Dale Provost
Blackburnian Warbler Photo: Dale Provost
Lark Sparrow Photo: Delos McCauley
Henslow's Sparrow Photo: Bob Harden
Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch Photo: David Oakley
Chuck-will's-widow Photo: E. Perk Floyd
Black-and-white Warbler Photo: Mitchell Pruitt
Blue-winged Warbler Photo: Mitchell Pruitt
Green Heron Photo: Mitchell Pruitt
Indigo Bunting Photo: Mitchell Pruitt
Scarlet Tanager Photo: Mitchell Pruitt
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker Photo: Mitchell Pruitt
Yellow-breasted Chat Photo: Mitchell Pruitt

AR Beautiful Birds

Arkansas birds photographed by Arkansas birders

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Towns & Yards

Rural homeowners lose their gardens to dicamba. Even being in the middle of town does not protect against dicamba's volatility.

University Research Stations
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University Research Stations

The 1-mile buffer that allegedly protects research stations is insufficient because volatile dicamba can travel for miles. Both crops and landscaping plants are injured by dicamba every year.

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Public Lands

Federal, state, and municipal lands set aside for wildlife and recreation are being damaged by dicamba.

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Cemeteries & Churches

Small and surrounded by row crops, these sites are subjected to repeated dicamba exposure. Who pays for damages? Who is protecting them from chemical trespass?

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