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“Some early French documents dub it ‘Bayou Metre,’ perhaps indicative of a supposed measured depth of one meter, though Judge U. Rose put forward the hypothesis that the name is derived from the French ‘mi terre’ or ‘minor land.’ Until the early 20th century, spelling variants remained common with ‘Bayou Metoe’ being used with some frequency.” The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission began acquiring land in 1948 along the bayou for a wildlife management area.
The Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area, which covers 33,832 acres, generally is recognized as the top public duck hunting area in the country.
The United States has lost more than half of its original wetlands and continues to lose an average of 80,000 wetland acres annually.
When soybean prices soared in the 1970s, thousands of acres of wetlands in east Arkansas were drained for row-crop agriculture. Dunklin has planted thousands of hardwood trees on his farm through the years.
There are two waterfowl rest areas, Halowell Reservoir and the Wrape Plantation.
He was the chairman during his final year and a leading proponent for finding new ways to attract migrating ducks to Arkansas.The thing he cared about most when growing up at Pine Bluff was tennis.His father, George Dunklin Sr., won the state singles championship nine times between 19.“We’ll keep doing that for the rest of my days,” he says.
“I won’t live to see some of these trees mature, but I really enjoy watching them grow from one year to the next.
The elder Dunklin was the top-ranked player in the Southern Tennis Association for almost a decade in the late 1940s and early 1950s and was a semifinalist in the national senior championship in 1968.