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OK Wildlife Dept. Nov 9
Do you know a veteran that likes to hunt and fish? Tell them about the Stars and Stripes License Project! You can donate to the program and help provide veterans and survivors of veterans lost while serving their country free hunting and fishing licenses.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Nov 9
Fun fact for the weekend: Oklahoma hunters and anglers would fill the Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium more than 15 times!
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OK Wildlife Dept. Nov 6
Replying to @golfoakmeadows
You can get that information and more if you sign up for our weekly fishing reports. You can sign up here:
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OK Wildlife Dept. Nov 6
She has started and continues to lead several important conservation education efforts. One of those, now it its 23rd year, is the Selman Cave bat watch program, which gives people the unique opportunity to experience the nightly emergence of a million Mexican free-tailed bats.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Nov 5
Researchers are learning more about how quail use the landscape by outfitting quail with small satellite tracking devices. This video shows one quail's movement on Packsaddle WMA from June 6-17. This bird used an area that is about 160 acres over the week.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Nov 3
The Oklahoma Fur Bearers Alliance weekend Youth Trapping Camp will be held the weekend before Christmas at Lake Carl Blackwell near Stillwater. The camp is open to the first 35 youths who apply!
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OK Wildlife Dept. Nov 1
Thank you to the 17 meat processors who accepted venison donations during the 2017 deer season for the Hunters Against Hunger Program. The success of the program depends on your willingness to accept and process these donations. Find a HAH processor here:
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 31
Replying to @DeplorableOkie9
Sorry that this got by us. Hope she was able to hunt. You can get a replacement here:
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 31
Replying to @gentlemindmom
Some cities have limits, but there isn't one for most rural areas. We suggest that if you are getting pellets on your roof that you contact the Law Enforcement in your area.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 31
Replying to @golfoakmeadows
The best way is to sign up for our fishing report. You can do that here:
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 31
It’s been 27 years since the peppered shiner has been detected in Oklahoma, but researchers with may have found one in a slow-moving stretch of the Kiamichi River.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 26
There's still time to attend the 2018 Oklahoma Fur Bearers Alliance convention. It's happening today and tomorrow in Okemah.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 25
Since 2002, more than half a million pounds of venison has been donated to local food pantries through the Hunters Against Hunger Program. If you'd like to know more about how you can donate, visit
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 21
We're are excited to announce tomorrow we are open for business in our newly renovated headquarters in OKC! Come by and get your hunting or fishing license, or just stop by to see the renovations. We are open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 19
"This place will be a source of pride for our sportsmen that paid for it, not to mention a destination spot within the Capitol complex to showcase and learn more about Oklahoma's great outdoors." - ODWC Director J.D. Strong on renovated headquarters.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 19
ROLL CALL! Any kids participating in the youth deer gun season in the woods yet? Don't let a little rain stop you!
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 15
It's the week before youth deer season. f you're freaking out about not having your hunter education card, don't worry. You can take the online course at your convenience.
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 15
The Wildlife Department’s Stars and Stripes License Project is a donor-funded program that offers hunting and fishing licenses to military veterans and select survivors of veterans lost while serving their country. To apply for a license or donate, visit
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 12
Youth deer gun season is just a week away! Who can you mentor?
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OK Wildlife Dept. Oct 8
Need Hunter Education? No problem!
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