Weekly Wildlife News
Produced by Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
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- Apply by Aug. 15 for Youth Bonus Antlerless Deer Hunts
- State Waterfowl Stamp Design Contest Seeks Entries
- Biologists Sample South Canadian River for Threatened Fish
- Rainfall, Mild Weather Create Optimism for Quail
- Florida Bass Stocking Program has Second Best Year
- Unprecedented Effort Protects Prairie Chicken Habitat in Five States
- Paddlefish Harvest Lower in 2014, Wildlife Commission Learns
- Lesser Prairie Chicken to Benefit From Amended Grant
- Hundreds of students from across Oklahoma participated in the in 2014 Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program State Shoot.
- Sign up for Selman Bat Watch Starting May 27
- New Fisheries Assistant Chief Back Home in Oklahoma
- Wildlife Department to Expand Hunter Recognition Program
- Oklahoma Removed From List of Suspected Bat Fungus Areas
- Wildlife Department's "2014 Biologists' Gobbler Report"
- Another remarkable stringer taken at lake of the arbuckles
- Governor Mary Fallin Comments on Lesser Prairie Chicken Being Listed as a Threatened Species
- Statewide elk hunting season approved by Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission
- Lesser prairie-chicken aerial survey begins third year
- Lesser prairie-chicken range-wide plan reaches 2.5 million acres in five states, industry enrollment provides nearly $15 million for habitat conservation
- Conservation Order Light Goose Season Now Open