OK: Outdoor Calendar

Check out the outdoor calendar provided by the Oklahoma
Department of Wildlife Conservation for all your outdoor
information.

SEPTEMBER

1-Oct. 31 & Dec. 4-Jan. 1, 2012: Dove season. Seasons on public
land may vary from statewide season dates. For full details and
regulations, consult the current “Oklahoma Hunting Guide.”

3-4: Oklahoma Free Hunting days. For Oklahoma residents, a hunting
license and HIP permit are not required.

5: Holiday – State Offices Closed.

6: Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission meeting. Meetings are
held monthly at the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
Building (auditorium), 1801 N. Lincoln, Oklahoma City at 9
a.m.

8: Trout Unlimited & Tulsa Fly Fishers Meeting with guest
speaker Lori Sloas. She will present her very popular “Why Am I Not
Catching Fish When Everyone Else Is?” program. Lori was awarded the
Southern Council of the Federation of Fly Fishers Woman of the Year
in 2006 and has recently been featured on the television program
“Adventure Guides” on the Versus Television network. Meetings are
free and open to the public and held at the Hardesty Public
Library, 8316 E. 93rd St. in Tulsa beginning at 6:30 p.m. The
Hardesty Library is located just northeast of the intersection of
Memorial Drive and the Creek Turnpike in South Tulsa behind Jackie
Cooper Auto.

9-11: CrossTimbers Archery & Adventure Camp in Sulphur.
Fathers, mother, sons, daughter and families welcome. Activities
include workshops, seminars, demonstrations, hands-on training and
more. Fore more information or to register ctokc.org or call David
Cox at (405) 436-2042.

10-19: Special Resident Canada Goose season. Seasons on public land
may vary from statewide season dates. For full details and
regulations, consult the current “Oklahoma Hunting Guide.”

10-25: September Teal Season. Seasons on public land may vary from
statewide season dates. For full details and regulations, consult
the current “Oklahoma Hunting Guide.”

10: Sooner Retriever Club Training Day. For more information
contact Bill Blochowiak at labske@aol.com

11: National Wild Turkey Federation Women in the Outdoors Event at
Camp Okiwanee, Salpupla. Events are taught by expert instructors
and a variety of classes are offered including fishing, hunting,
outdoor cooking, crafts and so much more! For more information or
to register contact Pattie Bing at (918) 688-8097 or
pjbing1@juno.com

15: The OKC North Ducks Unlimited is hosting a fun night for all at
the Hooter’s North OKC Restaurant (3025 N.W. Expressway in Oklahoma
City) from 6-9 p.m. Tickets are $25 and include buffet, three drink
tickets and a one-year DU Membership. We will also have a silent
auction as well as games. Tickets can be purchased through the
Ducks Unlimited website under “Oklahoma Events” or at Hooter’s. For
more information contact Kyle Sanders at (405) 605-9747 or Bill
Townsend (405) 235-1387.

17: Byron Hatchery Watchable Wildlife Area Nature Center will be
open from 9 a.m – 3 p.m. The biologist on duty will be happy to
visit with visitors about wildlife in the area or take a walk with
you on the nature trail. For more information about these events
e-mail mhickman@zoo.odwc.state.ok.us or 405-990-4977.

17: Duck Blind Drawing for Waurika, Canton, Fort Supply, Fort
Gibson, Eufaula, W.D. Mayo and Webbers Falls. For more information,
log on to http://www.wildlifedepartment.com/hunting/coeblind.htm
.

17: Auxiliary Boat Oklahoma class at Redlands Community College
(1300 South Country Club Road, El Reno), Arts and Science Building
15, Room AS 120, El Reno, from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Boat Oklahoma is
a six-chapter course that gives safety guidelines for hunting,
fishing, water-skiing and river boating. The course covers topics
such as current boating laws and the environment; safety equipment,
both required and optional; how to safely handle a boat on the
water; aids to navigation; correct navigation rules; boating
problems that may arise; trailering, storing and protecting your
boat. For more information or to register contact Linda J. Sadler
at (405) 602-0175.

30: Ducks Unlimited Tri City Good Ole Guys and Gals Habitat
Fundraiser for the late Paul Newsom at the Eve Center (8601 S
Western Ave, OKC). Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Singe ticket is $45 and Couple is $55. For more information or
tickets contact Tim Miller at (405) 593-2657 or Paul Fincher at
(405) 805-0275.

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