Conservation

Deer season 2022 first to launch under CWD protocol

September 28, 2022

For the first time, Oklahoma big-game hunting seasons open Saturday with a Chronic Wasting Disease protocol in effect but biologists report a healthy outlook nonetheless.

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Hay fever: It’s the price we pay for happy wildlife

September 10, 2022

The peak of hay fever season is upon us and if that has your sinuses aching for knowledge and your eyes just itching to see something, anything, good about ragweed, look no further.

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Monarch, sturgeon hit international endangered species list

July 21, 2022

Two local wildlife species hit an international list of threatened and endangered species Thursday.

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Conservation funding fireworks erupt

July 1, 2022

Second Amendment political fireworks sprayed into the realm of wildlife conservation funding heading into the holiday weekend.
But some expect the plan that would kill an 85-year-old American tradition will only fizzle.

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A new beast hits Oklahoma waters

June 10, 2022

Tiger Bass bring a new brand of genetics to Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees By Kelly BostianFor the CCOF A new beast is swimming the waters of northeast Oklahoma and it could spread to other lakes across the state. If the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation likes what it sees, that is. A load of…

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