Oklahoma Wildlife

Jess Kane

Wildlife Commission nominee touts private lands experience for Wildlife Department direction

January 28, 2021

Private lands management is his strength, he said, but when it comes to fishing and public lands issues he might have some homework to do.

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Public comments due Jan. 8 on Wildlife Department proposals

January 1, 2021

New fishing rules proposed: Public comments due Jan. 8 on Wildlife Department proposals A clean-up of Title 800 language and a proposed reduction in daily fishing limits for trout and Close To Home fisheries in 2021 have general support from the Oklahoma Conservation Coalition. Public comments on proposed changes to Title 800, the statutes that…

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Okies for Monarch’s Rewilding Oklahoma Inspires Attendees

September 9, 2019

Okies for Monarchs, an initiative of the Oklahoma Monarch & Pollinator Collaborative (OMPC), presented a state-wide, full-day pollinator education symposium, Rewilding Oklahoma, on August 28th featuring nine speakers on topics as diverse as “trees for pollinators” and “bison, burns and biodiversity.” The event highlighted Oklahoma successes and future goals in monarch and pollinator conservation, best…

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Oklahoma Will Enforce Scenic River Pollution Limit

June 8, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – Implementation of Oklahoma’s debated and studied phosphorus limit for scenic rivers apparently is now the goal to protect the Illinois River and other scenic streams and not a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) pollution study. The key will be getting the cooperation of everyone in the watershed especially Arkansas said Oklahoma Secretary of…

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Hiking Happy in Oklahoma

April 13, 2018

Aside from an occasional bug bite or blister, hiking is a great way to enjoy nature, no matter your age or pace. But the value of a good day’s trek goes much further than burning a few calories. Our grandparents said, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” And, today almost all of us…

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