Beryl Anthony Lower Ouachita Wildlife Management Areaupdated: May 2012
Beryl Anthony Lower Ouachita WMA’s 7,200 acres are a key link in the south Arkansas-north Louisiana wetlands chain along with Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge to the north and Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge to the south. Both sides of the Ouachita River feature bottomland oaks, tall pines and many old cypress trees. The WMA was named for Beryl Anthony Sr., former AGFC commissioner and south Arkansas leader. Deer, turkeys, squirrels, raccoons and other furbearers are joined in late fall and winter by migrating waterfowl. Bird enthusiasts enjoy the large number of prothonotary warblers.

There are two primitive camping areas.

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