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BUFFBuffalo
BUFFBuffer
BUFFBoston Underground Film Festival (Boston, MA)
BUFFBuffalo National River (US National Park Service)
BUFFBig Ugly Fat Fellow (polite form)
BUFFCC-115 Buffalo (Canadian transport and rescue aircraft)
BUFFBig Ugly Flying Fellow (USAF B-52 Bomber, polite form)
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To convey the fun of driving Arkansas, the firm hired two social media influencers from Utah, Kait VanHoff and Samantha Wright, to take a four-day road trip with friends, documenting their experiences in Little Rock, northwest Arkansas, the Buffalo National River and Hot Springs.
Collection data.--UNITED STATES: Arkansas: Marion Co., Buffalo National River, Buffalo River @ Clabber Creek, 36.127858N, -92.545530W, 13-14.vii.2017, D.
Since that first organizational meeting 30 years ago, more than 3,000 OHTA volunteers from 22 states have given over 300,000 hours of their time to create and maintain a trail that runs unbroken from Lake Fort Smith to Woolum on the Buffalo National River, a total of 165 miles, all of it within the Ozark National Forest.
These four specimens were collected from four separate streams in the watershed of Buffalo National River. Heterosternuta sulphuria has been listed as a species of greatest conservation need in Arkansas with a priority score of 80 out of 100 (Anderson, 2006).
Chaubey, "Water Quality at the Buffalo National River, Arkansas, 1991-2001," Transactions of the ASAE, Vol.
Range: Most in Newton and Searcy counties along the upper and middle sections of the Buffalo National River
Recreational Effects On Aquatic Insect Communities, Buffalo National River, Arkansas.
The Buffalo National River in the Arkansas Ozarks has already taken action to protect caves for the benefit of summer and winter colonies of the endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis), gray bat (Myotis grisescens), and Ozark big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii ingens).
Misty Harger, 12, was on an outing to the Buffalo National River near Little Rock when she became separated from her foster parents.
Try driving through the Buffalo National River area and the national forests.
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