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    • Oklahoma hunting guide.

    • Game laws--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • This booklet is a summary of Titles 29 and 800 of the Oklahoma Statutes governing Fish and Wildlife laws as established by the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission.
    • Oklahoma fishing guide

    • Fishing--Oklahoma.;Fishery law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • This booklet is an interpretive summary of the Titles 29 and 800 of Oklahoma Statutes governing fish and wildlife laws as established by the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission.
    • Paddlefish Research Center map

    • Paddlefish--Oklahoma.; Paddlefish Research Center.
    • The greatest value of paddlefish harvest reporting is the fact that anglers can now provide information to ODWC about paddlefish harvest statewide, not just on Grand Lake. In the near future, ODWC aims to manage harvest within individual...
    • Oklahoma agritourism : resource manual.

    • Agritourism--Oklahoma--Management.; Rural tourism--Oklahoma--Management.; Agritourism--Management.; Rural tourism--Management.
    • Throughout this site you will find information that will walk you through the process of starting an agritourism business, the resources available for your business, developing a business plan, and letting the public know what you have to offer. A...
    • 2030 Osage County comprehensive plan

    • Osage County (Okla.)--Planning.; Regional planning--Oklahoma--Osage County.
    • The 2030 Plan will be a “living document’ and the result of a very public process whereby a vision of the County and its physical development is reduced to statements of standards and strategies, goals, policies objectives and detailed plans...
    • Wild side.

    • Oklahoma. Wildlife Diversity Program--Periodicals.;Wildlife conservation--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • "The Wildlife Diversity Program monitors and manages the state's wildlife and fish species that are not hunted or fished."
    • August roadside quail survey summary

    • Quails--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation has conducted annual roadside surveys in August and October since 1990 to index quail populations across Oklahoma. The survey provides an index of annual population fluctuations. Observers report the...
    • The wildside, 08/13/2013

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    • Chicken Turtles and Crawfish Frogs by Rori Buresh; FBI Honors 3 Oklahoma Game Wardens by Don P. Brown; Wildlife Expo to Return in 2014; Bats of Oklahoma Poster Now Available Online;
    • The wildside, 04/2014

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    • Enjoy birds, Bats and More This Summer!; Whopping cranes (Grus americana) were spotted at Canton Lake earlier this month!, Kelly Adams; Let's Get Batty at the 19th Annual Bat Watch!; How to Attract Hummingbireds with Four Easy Tips!; The Arkansas...
    • Upland update, 11/21/2011

    • Bobwhites--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Quail shooting--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;
    • The Wildlife Department is embarking on an intensive, long-term research project on two northwest Oklahoma wildlife management areas to study quail reproductive success and mortality. The Department is also teaming up with a group of partners to...
    • Your side of the fence

    • Oklahoma. Department of Wildlife Conservation--Periodicals.;Landowners--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • published three times a year for those enrolled in the ODWC's landowner assistance programs
    • Lake Texoma fisheries management plan

    • Fishery management--Texoma, Lake (Okla. and Tex.); Texoma, Lake (Okla. and Tex.)
    • Lake Texoma Fisheries Management Goal; To provide a diversified, high quality sport fishery commensurate with resource capabilities and public desires.
    • Upland update, 05/30/2012

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    • Quail Update Has anyone been heaving the familiar call of the bobwhite? It is also a good time to start listening for calling males.; Prairie Chicken Update Oklahoma City Zoo volunteers will be helping the Wildlife Department complete lesser...
    • Annual report

    • Wildlife conservation--Oklahoma.;Conservation of natural resources--Oklahoma.;Oklahoma. Department of Wildlife Conservation.
    • A Constitutional agency funded by sportsmen and women through their purchase of hunting and fishing licenses.; The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is the state agency responsible for managing fish and wildlife. The ODWC issues hunting...
    • The wildside, 07/11/2013

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    • Insect Adventure camp; Take a Look on the Dry Side, by Melynda Hickman; Technician Earns Feather in His Cap for His Work with Bird Wings by Don P. Brown [Jeff Neal]; Welcome, Commissioner robert S. Hughes, by Michael Bergin;
    • Upland update, 06/25/2012

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    • Quail Update Oklahoma has a few non-native animals and insects that could have a negative effect on the quail habitat or the birds themselves.; Prairie Chicken Update The public is invited to provide comments on a draft conservation plan for the...
    • Upland update, 03/12/2012

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    • Quail Update Landowners if you didn't get a chance to burn due to the dry conditions this past winter you can take advantage of disking.; Prairie Chicken Update The Oklahoma Farm Service Agency (FSA) announced a general signup for the Conservation...
    • Upland urgency : the fight against bobwhite quail decline.

    • Bobwhites--Oklahoma.; Upland game bird management--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Quail shooting--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;
    • Oklahoma has long been home to some of the best quail hunting and quail habitat in the nation. But the species is currently in a state of long-term decline across its range. While Oklahoma remains one of the strongest holdouts of bobwhite quail...
    • Your side of the fence, fall 2012, v.12 no.3

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    • Gear up for Quail Season: DIY fall covey counts by Jena Donnell; Landowner Spotlight Ghost Buck Ranch: Changing perspectives on wildlife management by Rosalee Walker; Water Matters Grubs be Gone: Controlling parasites in your pond fish by Steve...
    • Venomous snakes of Oklahoma

    • Poisonous snakes--Oklahoma.
    • poster master; Oklahoma is home to 46 snake species. Of these, seven species are venomous and belong to a group known as pit vipers; all of which are shown on this poster.
    • Upland update, 03/26/2012

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    • Quail update The Wildlife Department recently published Upland Urgency: The Fight Against Bobwhite Quail Decline in an issue of Outdoor Oklahoma.; Prairie Chicken Update How well do you know the lesser prairie chicken?
    • Controlled hunts e-book, 2013-2014

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    • To manage game animals, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is offering hunters the opportunity to apply for controlled hunt permits. Controlled hunts are held in situations where unrestricted hunting would pose safety concerns or...
    • Bacteria total maximum daily loads for streams in upper Cimarron river area, Oklahoma

    • Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--Cimarron River Watershed.; Bacterial pollution of water--Cimarron River Watershed.; Escherichia coli--Environmental aspects--Cimarron River Watershed.; Enterococcus--Environmental aspects--Cimarron River...
    • The purpose of this TMDL report is to establish pollutant load allocations for indicator bacteria in impaired waterbodies, which is the first step toward restoring water quality and protecting public health.; This report documents the data and...
    • A practical guide to food plots in the southern Great Plains

    • Wildlife habitat improvement--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; White-tailed deer--Food--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wildlife attracting--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • Many landowners wish to understand the role of food plots in wildlife man­agement. Therefore, we created this guide to provide basic ecology for select game species, as well as science-based and realistic information on how food plots may relate.;...
    • Oklahoma aquatic nuisance species management plan

    • Non-indigenous aquatic pests--Control--Oklahoma.; Aquatic resources conservation--Oklahoma.
    • Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS) pose significant ecological and socio-economic threats to aquatic ecosystems in Oklahoma. Zebra mussels, golden alga, white perch, hydrilla, among others, have already become established in Oklahoma aquatic systems....
    • Annual report, 2012

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    • A Constitutional agency funded by sportsmen and women through their purchase of hunting and fishing licenses.; I am pleased to present this annual report on the operations of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation for the fiscal year...
    • Your side of the fence, summer 2014

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    • A bi-annual guide to help landowners gain in-depth information from experienced biologists in all corners of the state.; Managing aquatic vegetation in ponds by Chris Whisenhunt; From egg to adult: frogs and toads across Oklahoma by Curtis Tackett;...
    • Bacteria total maximum daily loads for the lower Bird Creek watershed area (OK1213000010010_00)

    • Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--Oklahoma--Bird Creek Watershed.; Bacterial pollution of water--Oklahoma--Bird Creek Watershed.; Escherichia coli--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma--Bird Creek Watershed.; Enterococcus--Envrionmental...
    • The purpose of this TMDL report is to establish pollutant load allocations for indicator bacteria in impaired waterbodies, which is the first step toward restoring water quality and protecting public health. TMDLs determine the pollutant loading a...

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