Oklahoma Conservation News

Boo! Grrr! Ticks of winter now are upon us

October 29, 2021

Winter ticks are a rare but potentially scary prospect for Oklahoma livestock. Deer ticks are at their most prevalent now, however.

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Mountain lion sightings: What you should know

October 24, 2021

Mountain lions occasionally roam through Oklahoma but have yet to re-establish a territory. Here are some things to know.

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Anglers say Zink Dam operations plan lacking

October 22, 2021

Tulsa City councilors consider creating a community workgroup after hearing angler concerns about a lacking Zink Dam operations plan.

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Panel called for $1.3 billion for wildlife ‘NOW’ in 2016

October 11, 2021

The bi-partisan idea behind funding the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act has been around since 2015.

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Nongame windfall: Wildlife Department could see 28 percent funding boost

September 19, 2021

Federal Recovering America’s Wildlife Act dedicates funds for at-risk, other nongame species By KELLY BOSTIANFor the CCOF The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation could see a nearly 28-percent funding boost if Congress passes the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act of 2021. The boost would be dedicated to nongame species that are “at-risk” or “of greatest conservation…

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