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    • 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
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • The wildside, 08/13/2013

    • 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;
    • 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....
    • The wildside, 04/2014

    • 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...
    • Your side of the fence, summer 2014

    • 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;...
    • 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."
    • The wildside, 08/2012

    • Turtle! Flathead snake! Frogs! Lizard over here! TIMBER RATTLESNAKE! Each time a species was called out, I quickly ran over to see what was spotted. I was so anxious to find any species that I had never seen before in person. However, I didn't have...
    • Upland update, 05/30/2012

    • 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...
    • The WildSide, 01/2013

    • Who's Who of ODWC; The Wildlife Diversity Program; Understanding Aquatic Nuisance Species by Curtis Tackett; A Grant for the Wild; Developing a Multiple Spatial Scale Model to Predict the Distribution of Oklahoma's Freshwater Mussel Assemblages...
    • The wildside, 12/18/2013

    • 2014 Winter Bird Feeder Survey; Species Spotlight: Cedar Waxwing by Kelly Adams; Set Your Eyes for Eagles; Game Warden Honored as Wildlife Officer of the Year by Don P. Brown [Dru Polk]; Last-Minute Gifts for Outdoor Enthusiasts;
    • Upland update, 02/13/2012

    • e-newsletter issue; The Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch (RPQRR) is asking quail hunters to keep their eyes open for any "weird quail" that may offer clues as to what's going on with quail populations.
    • The wildside, 05/01/2013

    • It's that time again to watch for scissortails! Scissor-tailed flycatchers are now in Oklahoma for the summer after migrating north from the tropics. Oklahoma is one of only seven states in which the birds nest.; Bat Watches Are Back; Prairie After...
    • WildSide, 05/2012

    • As you know, migration is in full swing. You may spot a bird new to you.; Protecting the Nest Imagine if you got paid to climb 30 to 40 foot trees in beautiful, southeastern Oklahoma.
    • WildSide, 07/2012

    • Sugar at Bedtime; Nesting Habits of a Black Vulture by Brandon Brown; Summer Eats Catfish Cakes; Constituents' Corner Picture Perfect [picture of Eastern collared lizard, photo by Mark Suttles outside his home in Enid]
    • Upland update, 04/20/2012

    • Quail Update Oklahoma State University has begun the research effort on two of the best remaining quail habitat public land areas in the nation - Packsaddle and Beaver River wildlife management areas.; Prairie Chicken Update Oil and Gas Industry...
    • Upland update, 05/16/2012

    • Quail Update OSU Quail Symposium to Address Declining Quail Populations; Prairie Chicken Update The Wildlife Department is also involved in the range wide aerial survey effort the lesser prairie chicken. The range wide aerial survey is being...
    • The wildside, 03/2014

    • March Into Spring; Greetings Wildlife Enthusiasts!; March Marks the Arrival of Oklahoma's Neotropical Migrants; 2013 Hummingbird Survey Report by Melynda Hickman; New Certified Wildscape! #462 - The Adair Family;
    • Oklahoma quail habitat guide

    • Northern bobwhite--Habitat.; Northern bobwhite--Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma has long been home to some of the best bobwhite quail hunting and quail habitat in the nation. The distinct call of the bobwhite has become a symbol of the Oklahoma countryside, and sportsmen and their dogs from Oklahoma as well as...
    • The wildside, 11/26/2013

    • The Evolutionary Performance of Wetlands by Micah Holmes; Species Spotlight: The Dark-eyed Junco by Kelly Adams; Partnerships Help Small fish Overcome Big Challenges in Oklahoma by Daniel Fenner;
    • The wild side!, 07/2014

    • Greetings Wildlife Enthusiasts! Wildlife biologists rely on data from population surveys to make sound management decisions. Biologists can gain greater insights on population trends from longer running, more complete surveys. One of those surveys...
    • Upland update, 07/23/2012

    • Oklahoma's Severe Weather Impacts Nesting Birds In addition to predation, quail and other ground nesting birds re susceptible to Oklahoma's notorious severe weathers. As heavy rains and flash flooding raise water levels and fill farm ponds, nests...
    • Upland update, 06/25/2012

    • 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...
    • Wildside, 10/2012

    • Freshwater Turtle Time by Michael Bergin; Winter Wildflowers; DIY Pumpkin Bird Feeder; American White Pelican Migration; Picture Perfect [Mike Langille];
    • The wildside, 06/17/2013

    • Our hearts and prayers go out to all affected by the storms that blew through Oklahoma in May. It is always such a joy to see the strength of Oklahomans coming together, especially in wake of disaster.; Copperhead Snake; A Time for Snakes: Common...
    • Upland update, 04/30/2012

    • Quail Update ODWC Sends Samples to Assist in Quail Genetics Research; Prairie Chicken Update Now is the lesser prairie chicken survey period which runs from the end of March to the middle of May.
    • The WildSide, 11/2012

    • This time of the year is known for reflecting and sharing radition. And this winter, the Wildlife Department asks you to start (or continue) the tradition of giving back to wildlife by participating in the 2013 Winter Bird Feeder Survey.; A Sleepy...
    • The wildside, 02/2014

    • Cave salamanders (Eurycea lucifuga); Record number of bats in the 12th annual bat blitz; Winter raptor: the sharp-shinned hawk; Outdoor Oklahoma calling for photos;
    • The wild side!, 08/2014

    • Cover Photo: ruby-throated hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) nestlings; Invasive Mussels [zebra mussel], Invasive Fish [bighead and silver carp] by Curtis Tackett; Speckled Kingsnake by Marli Claytor; State Wildlife Grant Action Report - Current...
    • 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

    • 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?


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