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  • Arkansas Butterflies and Moths, 2nd edition, includes 264 species of butterflies and moths found in Arkansas.  Species identification is facilitated through detailed text entries alongside 300 full-sized color photographs. And, for the first time ever, all butterfly species in the state are included. Many live photographs and shots of larvae are used, and butterfly gardening and prime butterfly-watching locations in the state are covered.

  • The Ozark Society, in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, has produced a series of new Arkansas Wilderness maps. These GPS friendly maps use UTM grids and the standard topo scale of 1:24,000. The Ozark Highland Trail and private inholdings are very clearly marked and valuable contact information and Leave No Trace camping tips are included. The maps feature the photography of Tim Ernst. For the first time, an entire wilderness area can be viewed on one map.
  • The Ozark Society, in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, has produced a series of new Arkansas Wilderness maps. These GPS friendly maps use UTM grids and the standard topo scale of 1:24,000. The Ozark Highland Trail and private inholdings are very clearly marked and valuable contact information and Leave No Trace camping tips are included. The maps feature the photography of Tim Ernst. For the first time, an entire wilderness area can be viewed on one map.
  • The Ozark Society, in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, has produced a series of new Arkansas Wilderness maps. These GPS friendly maps use UTM grids and the standard topo scale of 1:24,000. The Ozark Highland Trail and private inholdings are very clearly marked and valuable contact information and Leave No Trace camping tips are included. The maps feature the photography of Tim Ernst. For the first time, an entire wilderness area can be viewed on one map.
  • Foreword by Mike Kromrey 8½ x 9, 186 pages, 123 color photographs and illustrations 978-1-7346290-0-2 (paper) September 2020
  • This map, first published by Trails Illustrated in 1992-93, uses USGS topographic maps as a base. T.I. has added hiking and horse trails, roads, campgrounds, and other features not shown on the 1960s vintage USGS maps. Also shown are routes of access to river and wilderness, and floaters’ car shuttle routes. Map users will find it easy to calculate the mileage of any trail hike or river trip and will see information for hikers, floaters, horseback riders, for anyone wanting to explore the Buffalo. The map is printed in four colors on waterproof, tear-proof plastic. Map design and text are by Ken Smith, author of Buffalo River Handbook and The Buffalo River Country, with cooperation from the National Park Service and U.S. Forest Service. This map includes the Leatherwood and Lower Buffalo Wilderness Areas.
  • This map, first published by Trails Illustrated in 1992-93, uses USGS topographic maps as a base. T.I. has added hiking and horse trails, roads, campgrounds and other features not shown on the 1960s vintage USGS maps. The map includes routes of access to river and wilderness, and floaters’ car shuttle routes, and map users will find it easy to calculate the mileage of any trail hike or river trip. Included is a list of day hikes graded by difficulty and information for hikers, floaters, horseback riders, for anyone wanting to explore the Buffalo. This map is printed in four colors on waterproof, tear-proof plastic. Map design and text are by Ken Smith, author of Buffalo River Handbook and The Buffalo River Country, with cooperation from the National Park Service and U.S. Forest Service.
  • This is a beautiful, descriptive map of the eastern portion of the Ouachita Trail completed by Underwood Graphics. The map covers the Ouachita Trail from Pinnacle Mountain State Park to Highway 7 and includes: Bear Creek, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, Sylvia, and Wildcat Mountain Trails. The map depicts the following rivers: Big and Little Maumelle, South Fourche, and Fourche LaFave. Harris Break, Maumelle, Minrod, Sylvia, and Winona Lakes are also shown.
  • This book interprets our natural surroundings in a way that enhances a simple walk in the scenic deciduous woodlands of the Ozark Mountain region. Explanations go beyond trees and their habitat to include other diverse subjects: the leaf litter beneath a hiker’s feet, strategies used by wildflowers for pollination and seed dispersal, diseases that can ravage our forests, and forces active in the landscape that impact conservation efforts. Simplified line drawings demonstrate specific points of interest in a way that visually cluttered photographs cannot do. Includes: 163 line drawings, a list of species used in the text, a glossary, and a reading list.
  • This patch has an adhesive back and can be ironed on or sewn on.
  • Represent the Ozark Society with this small metal pin!