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ATV Course Shows Expo Guests A Thrill; One Visitor To Win a John Deere Gator

 Many outdoorsmen know the value of a good utility vehicle, but those who don’t can test-drive one at this year’s Oklahoma Wildlife Expo, and one lucky sportsman will take one home with them. The fourth annual Oklahoma Wildlife Expo is slated for Sept. 26-28 at the Lazy E Arena, just…


Two New Bird Species Spotted in Oklahoma

On Wednesday, Sept. 3, seven species of birds that are rare in Oklahoma were spotted at Red Slough Wildlife Management Area in southeast Oklahoma. Two of these – Cory’s Shearwater and Sooty Tern – had never been seen in the state before. The Cory’s Shearwater and the Sooty Tern are…


Pre-register for Wildlife Expo; Win Huge Prizes

The fourth annual Oklahoma Wildlife Expo is slated for Sept. 26-28, but those planning to attend can pre-register now for the event at wildlifedepartment.com and secure their chance at one of several great prizes. “Tens of thousands of people show up to the Expo each year, but those who take…


Oklahoma Wildlife Department Seeks Artists For Waterfowl Stamp Design

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is accepting entries for this year’s Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp Design Contest through Aug. 15, 2008. The gadwall is the featured species for the 2009-10 contest, and the winning art will be printed on the 2009-10 Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp. “Last year we introduced two new…


Wildlife Department Seeks Artists for Waterfowl Stamp Design

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation will begin accepting entries for this year’s Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp Design Contest July 1 and will continue to accept entries through Aug. 15, 2008. The gadwall is the featured species for the 2009-10 contest, and the winning art will be printed on the 2009-10…


Oklahoma Anglers Urged to Take Online Survey to Improve Fishing

As part of an ongoing effort to provide quality fishing experiences for anglers, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s fisheries division works regularly to establish “fish attractors” in lakes across the state, and now the Department wants the public’s input on how those areas impact angling. Biologists with the Wildlife…


Oklahoma Squirrel Season Open

The month of May marks the opening of one of Oklahoma’s most available but most forgotten game animals — squirrels. “Sportsmen who don’t spend any time hunting squirrels are missing out on a hobby they might really enjoy, not to mention a lot more time in the woods,” said Lance…


Hunters still applying for Wildlife Department’s Controlled Hunts

 Hunters have until May 15 to submit their applications for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s 2008-09 Controlled Hunts. Applications must be submitted over the Internet by logging on to the Wildlife Department’s Web site at wildlifedepartment.com. “Hunters do not want to miss out on this unique opportunity. From pronghorn…


Huge Striped Bass Hybrid Takes Lake Record Spot at Canton

Lifelong Oklahoma angler James Wesley Jones, Jr. of Canton said he loves fishing because it is a relaxing activity, but there was likely no relaxing going on April 19 when he landed a 23.2-lb. (23 lbs., 3 oz.) striped bass hybrid from Canton Lake. The huge fish qualifies as a…


Deadline To Apply For Wildlife Department Youth Camp Extended

Youth who did not sign up for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s annual Youth Camp by the April 18 deadline can still sign up, as the deadline has been extended through May 1, 2008  The 10th annual Youth Camp is scheduled for June 2-6, 2008. The camp is free,…