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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 19
Use app to report American bumble bee sightings & help us better understand the status of this pollinator. If you’re unsure if the bee is an American bumble bee record it as 'bumble bee' & let the iNaturalist community help narrow it down.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 16
Replying to @seanadooley
The bill still has to be signed by the Governor.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 15
Congratulations to our Director for his appointment to the Sport Fishing and Boating Partnership Council where through the he will advise the Secretary of the on aquatic conservation efforts aimed at benefiting fisheries and recreational boating.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 13
This is the last call for submissions for Outdoor Oklahoma's Reader's Photography Showcase. The contest closes in two days and winning photos will be featured in the July/August issue.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 12
What's your favorite knot to teach new anglers? We like the clinch knot 🎣
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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 12
Replying to @jdawn1982
We are thinking it most likely a Cooper's hawk.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 11
Replying to @cwarren2006
The fish was released.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 10
Our fisheries biologists are consistently collecting nice sized fish during their lake surveys. This largemouth bass collected from Sardis Lake weighed more than 10 pounds!
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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 5
If you’re taking a new angler fishing this year keep it simple. Good weather, small body of water, basic equipment and a fishing license is all you need.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 3
Replying to @sox_guy99
They will be sent a letter a couple of weeks after the deadline.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Apr 2
The Gamebird Brood Observation app is a new app designed to allow people to report the number of young game birds they observe in the field. This information will help biologists have a better forecast for bird hunting season.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Mar 30
A week full of fun outdoor activities and camaraderie is in store for up to 35 lucky teens selected to attend the 21st annual Wildlife Youth Camp. The deadline to apply for this once-in-a-lifetime event is Friday, April 12, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Mar 29
Last year more than 15 million fish were stocked in waters across Oklahoma. If you’re looking for a fishing spot close to your home, check out our Close to Home fishing waters.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Mar 28
A new page on our website is designed to address one of 's primary goals of improving transparency and accountability of all state agencies. We encourage you to go online and learn more about how we are a constitutional agency.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Mar 22
Congratulations to Ashley Nealis who was just named supervisor of our North-Central Region of Fisheries Division!
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OK Wildlife Dept. Mar 21
Southeast Oklahoma's oak-hickory-pine forests support diverse wildlife populations including the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Mar 20
Replying to @niteclicks
Looks like it really was a good day!
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OK Wildlife Dept. Mar 20
Fishing is heating up and anglers are checking their tackle and planning their next fishing adventure. Lake Texoma, offers so many fishing and recreation opportunities it has been nicknamed playground of the southwest & striped bass capital of the world.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Mar 18
Last year, 88 images from photographers around the state were selected for Outdoor Oklahoma’s annual Readers’ Photo Showcase. The contest closes April 15 and the winning photos will be featured in the July/August issue.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Mar 8
We work hard every day to do what's best for our state's fish and wildlife, and it looks like Oklahomans know it! Thanks for your confidence!
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