For decades the bottomland of Arkansas and its flooded green timber has been a mecca for wintering waterfowl as well as producing some nice trophy bucks.
Years of prolonged flooding coupled with closed canopy timber has changed the species composition that wildlife thrived in. The valuable nuttall and willow oaks that mallards used to congregate to by the thousands each fall have slowly been replaced by undesirable species of trees that are more water and shade tolerant. The understory of plant communities that were attractive to deer and ducks for food sources are all but gone.
Its time to start reversing this and restoring your property to the haven it once was. Here are some of the things I can help with: