Harris Brake Wildlife Management Areaupdated: May 2012
Harris Brake WMA near Perryville in Perry County was acquired and developed in the 1950s with Pittman-Robertson and Dingell-Johnson funds. It hosts a variety of wildlife, including ducks, deer, turkeys, doves, squirrels, rabbits, furbearers, resident and migrant songbirds and raptors on upland and bottomland habitat. It encompasses 2,788 acres, including a 1,200-acre lake and an 800-plus acre green tree reservoir.

Directions:
Harris Brake WMA is reached by Arkansas Highway 9 at Perryville on the west and Arkansas Highway 216 on the east and south. Arkansas Highway 300 dissects the WMA just north of Lake Harris Brake.

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