Oklahoma Conservation News

The height of deer season hits this weekend

November 17, 2022

More than 160,000 hunters licensed to take a white-tailed deer with a modern rifle will hit the woods Nov. 19-Dec. 4, 2022, with the majority making it count on opening weekend.

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‘Fishy’ curriculum migrates to more schools

November 8, 2022

Trout in The Classroom provides lessons from elementary school art to advanced marine biology By KELLY BOSTIANFor the CCOF Nature is unpredictable and far from perfect, especially where people are involved. If Oklahoma students have pulled anything from Trout in The Classroom projects over the past eleven years that is at least part of the…

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Rains trigger fall foliage burst

October 30, 2022

Oklahomans are enjoying a late glimpse of fall colors thanks to some overdue October rain and a hard frost that kicked the heat and rinsed off the dust of the driest September since 1956.

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Senate committee tackles in-stream flow issue

October 18, 2022

Sen. David Bullard is taking the issue back to the drawing board to simply define the term in-stream flow.

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Landowners eye benefits of biodiversity

October 16, 2022

The Field Day, the first held since COVID halted the program two years ago, featreed a 162-acre property near Ponca City.

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