Posted 18 Oct 2017
"Outdoor Hotline," a live call-in program hosted by AETN Deputy Director and veteran reporter Tony Brooks, will air on the Arkansas Educational Television Network Monday, Oct. 23, at 7 p.m.
Arkansas Game & Fish Commission (AGFC) officials will discuss hunting regulations, updated information on chronic wasting disease and water management on AGFC green tree reservoirs.
Panelists from the AGFC include: Maj. Glenn Tucker, enforcement division; Capt. Matt Flowers, enforcement division; Capt. Kirk Harris, enforcement division; Cory Gray, research division; Dr. Jen Ballard, wildlife veterinarian; Ralph Meeker, deer biologist; Brad Carner, wildlife management chief; Luke Naylor, waterfowl biologist; and Jason Jackson, wetlands biologist.
Viewers can submit questions by phone, (800) 662-2386, or e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program is underwritten by the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission.
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