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    • Oklahoma comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy

    • Wildlife conservation--Oklahoma.; Wildlife management--Oklahoma.
    • While White-tailed Deer, Wild Turkey and Largemouth Bass have benefited from sportsmen’s dollars, their funding support has not been enough to address the needs of all 800-plus wildlife species in the state. That is why it has been so important...
    • 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....
    • North American Bird Conservation Initiative planning for Oklahoma.

    • Birds--Conservation--Oklahoma.; Birds--Monitoring--Oklahoma.; Endangered species--Oklahoma.; U.S. North American Bird Conservation Initiative.
    • Objective: Develop or refine comprehensive bird conservation plans for five Bird Conservation Regions in Oklahoma. The development of each plan will include the identification of regionally important bird species and their habitat needs as well as...
    • Watershed based plan for the Illinois River Watershed

    • Watershed management--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed management--Arkansas.; Watershed management--Oklahoma.; Watershed restoration--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed restoration--Arkansas.; Watershed...
    • The Illinois River watershed spans the Oklahoma-Arkansas border in the northeastern part of the state and is located in Benton, Washington, and Crawford Counties in Arkansas and Delaware, Adair, Cherokee, and Sequoyah Counties in Oklahoma.; This...
    • 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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