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    • White-tailed deer habitat evaluation and management guide

    • White-tailed deer--Habitat--Oklahoma.;White-tailed deer--Habitat--Conservation--Oklahoma.;habitat surveys.
    • The purpose of this habitat evaluation and management guide is to provide a general tool for evaluating the suitability of an area for white-tailed deer. The guide is designed to help you inventory and evaluate various existing habitat components,...
    • Habitat evaluation guide for the lesser prairie-chicken

    • Lesser prairie chicken--Habitat--Oklahoma.;Lesser prairie chicken--Habitat--Conservation--Oklahoma.;Habitat surveys.
    • Oklahoma is fortunate to have LPCs and the rangelands that support them. However, their distribution and numbers have decreased significantly from historical levels and continue to decline. To survive and reproduce, the LPC needs large expanses of...
    • Oklahoma prescribed burning handbook

    • Prescribed burning--Oklahoma.
    • Fire Effexcts; Prescribed Fire Weather; Fuel Moisture; Fire Law/Fire Plans; Prescribed Fire Safety; Firebreaks; Prescribed Fire Equipment; Smoke Management; Prescribed Fire Association; Oklahoma Prescribed Fire Council
    • Factors influencing eastern wild turkey nesting success

    • Eastern wild turkey--Health--Oklahoma.;Eastern wild turkey--Mortality--Oklahoma.;Eastern wild turkey--Nests--Oklahoma.
    • To evaluate wild turkey nesting and brood rearing habitat, nest success, and hen and poult health and mortality by monitoring 50 radio-tagged turkeys during each of 3 years in southeastern Oklahoma.; Part I summarizes capture results, body weights...
    • Burn plan for prescribed burning

    • Prescribed burning.; Prescribed burning--Oklahoma.
    • A burn plan helps to determine the safest and easiest way to complete tasks before, during and after a prescribed burn. The most important reason for having a burn plan is to thoroughly think about each action before striking the match. The burn...
    • Fire effects in native plant communities

    • Prescribed burning--Oklahoma.; Forests and forestry--Fire management--Environmental aspects.; Endemic plants.;
    • Most of Oklahoma’s native prairies, shrublands, and forests are out of balance because of fire suppression. A good example of this is the invasion of eastern redcedar and ashe juniper into prairies, shrublands, and forests throughout Oklahoma....
    • Management after wildfire

    • Wildfire risk--Management.; Forests and forestry--Fire management.
    • What can Landowners do to manage property after a wildfire?; Has your property been affected by wildfire? Are you unsure about what to do now and who to turn to for help? Wildfires can be devastating to homes, barns, hay bales, or standing grass...
    • Fire ecology of the southern Great Plains

    • Fire ecology--Great Plains.; Prescribed burning--Environmental aspects--Great Plains.
    • Fire Sensitive Trees - Ashe Juniper and Eastern Redcedar; Resprouting Shrubs and Trees - Shinnery oak, Sand sagebrush, Plum, Sumac, Mesquite, Live Oak, Post Oak; Grasslands- Tall-, Mixed- & Short-grass Prairies; Controlling factors of fire effects
    • Firebreaks for prescribed burning

    • Prescribed burning.; Fuelbreaks.
    • Firebreaks, also known as fireguards, are one of the most important elements of a properly conducted prescribed fire. Firebreaks should be constructed by removing vegetation and exposing bare ground or mineral soil. This is done to keep the fire...
    • Burning in the growing season

    • Prescribed burning.
    • Growing-season prescribed fire is defined as pre­scribed burns conducted when warm-season herbaceous plants are actively growing, which is summer to early fall in the Southern Great Plains. While prescribed fire is a common management practice on...
    • Fire effects in Oklahoma

    • Forests and forestry--Fire management--Oklahoma.; Forests and forestry--Oklahoma--History.; Prescribed burning--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.
    • Introduction and Historical Overview Most of Oklahoma’s native prairies, shrublands, and forests are out of balance because of fire suppression. A good example of this is the invasion of eastern redcedar and ashe juniper into prairies,...

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