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Wild About Wetlands in Arkansas

Wild About Wetlands in Arkansas

Explore your local wetlands. Document all of the wonderful life you find. Every wetland is unique, explore them all in Arkansas *edited by Project Noah management to comply with range rules. Sign in to join mission

Wild About Wetlands in Arkansas
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Wetlands are an essential and often misunderstood ecosystem. They serve as a sponge to project our communities from flooding, filter debris and contaminants from the water, and act as a resting place for wildlife. They are unique, and we continue to destroy them in the name of economic development. Wetlands are filled with unique plants and animals. If we take the time to appreciate the biodiversity, perhaps we can find a greater value than money.

Wild About Wetlands in Arkansas

Lat: 35.03 Long: -92.26

Recent Spottings

Southern dogface Brian38 1 0 Southern dogface
Ouachita map turtle Brian38 3 4 Ouachita map turtle
Tiger Sawgill Brian38 1 0 Tiger Sawgill
Hanging Thief Brian38 1 3 Hanging Thief
Redfemured spotted orbweaver Brian38 1 0 Redfemured spotted orbweaver
Yellow woolly bear Brian38 0 2 Yellow woolly bear
Double-crested cormorant Brian38 1 0 Double-crested cormorant
Common angle moth Brian38 1 0 Common angle moth
Weeping polypore Brian38 2 0 Weeping polypore
Tall coreopsis Brian38 1 0 Tall coreopsis
Ouachita map turtle Brian38 3 0 Ouachita map turtle
Viceroy (butterfly) Brian38 4 2 Viceroy (butterfly)
Red velvet ant (male) Brian38 2 1 Red velvet ant (male)
Red-eared slider Brian38 2 0 Red-eared slider
Gulf Fritillary Butterfly Brian38 9 2 Gulf Fritillary Butterfly
Spotting Brian38 6 2 Spotting
Cope's gray tree frog Brian38 6 0 Cope's gray tree frog
Blanchard's cricket frog Brian38 4 0 Blanchard's cricket frog
Viceroy Brian38 3 2 Viceroy
Black vulture Brian38 3 0 Black vulture
Question mark Brian38 1 1 Question mark
Monarch butterfly Brian38 2 0 Monarch butterfly
Gemmed satyr Brian38 1 0 Gemmed satyr
Goatweed Leafwing Brian38 2 0 Goatweed Leafwing
Green heron Brian38 7 2 Green heron
Killdeer Brian38 2 0 Killdeer
Northern Rough Greensnake Brian38 4 0 Northern Rough Greensnake
Phaon crescent Brian38 2 0 Phaon crescent
Little blue heron Brian38 3 0 Little blue heron
Gulf fritillary Brian38 3 0 Gulf fritillary
Hackberry emperor Brian38 2 0 Hackberry emperor
Great spangled fritillary Brian38 3 0 Great spangled fritillary
Question mark Brian38 4 0 Question mark
Midland Watersnake Brian38 4 0 Midland Watersnake
Red-bellied woodpecker Brian38 3 0 Red-bellied woodpecker
Red-spotted purple Brian38 1 0 Red-spotted purple
Goatweed leafwing Brian38 1 0 Goatweed leafwing
Tickseed Brian38 2 0 Tickseed
Great Blue Skimmer Matthew Hammond 1 2 Great Blue Skimmer
Patent-leather beetle Brian38 1 0 Patent-leather beetle
Cope's gray tree frog Brian38 1 0 Cope's gray tree frog
Yellow garden spider Brian38 1 0 Yellow garden spider
Spotting Matthew Hammond 3 0 Spotting
Powdered Dancer (Male) Matthew Hammond 6 0 Powdered Dancer (Male)
Leaf-Footed Bug (male) Brian38 2 0 Leaf-Footed Bug (male)
Bald cypress Brian38 17 24 Bald cypress
Common Buckeye Caterpillar Brian38 3 0 Common Buckeye Caterpillar
Fowler's toad Brian38 2 0 Fowler's toad
Diamondback Water Snake Brian38 4 0 Diamondback Water Snake
Bracket Fungus Brian38 2 0 Bracket Fungus

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