Unforgettable Public Land Buck for Young Hunter

Unforgettable Public Land Buck for Young Hunter

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By Craig Springer, External Affairs, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – Southwest Region

Zayne Wagner has a whole lot going for him. The grade-school boy loves the outdoors, fishing and hunting, and is often a shadow to his dad and grandpa along the waters and in the woods and fields of eastern Oklahoma. And he lives not too far from Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge.

The refuge, named in honor of the Native American who invented the Cherokee alphabet, sits at the head of Robert Kerr Reservoir where the Arkansas and Canadian rivers conjoin then pour southeasterly toward the Mississippi. It’s big water. The national wildlife refuge lies on the southwest edge of the Ozark…



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