The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is now updating
sportsmen on Facebook with information about current and upcoming
events, hunting dates, fishing reports, programs and more.
“Facebook is a great way to reach people, and we know it will
provide them with a lot of great outdoor news through a medium they
like to use,” said Kristen Gillman, information specialist and
Webmaster for the Wildlife Department.
Some of the information being posted on the Department’s Facebook
page includes news updates, pictures of wildlife and interactive
dialogues on popular outdoor topics in Oklahoma.
To find the page on Facebook, log on to
The Wildlife Department’s Oklahoma National Archery in the Schools
program also is on Facebook at facebook.com/OKNASP, updating
instructors and students with program news. Coordinated by the
Wildlife Department, the program is part of the National Archery in
the Schools Program, which partners wildlife agencies with school’s
and the nation’s archery industry to introduce 4th-12th-graders to
the sport of archery.
The Wildlife Department also updates sportsmen on Twitter and
communicates with thousands of sportsmen through its free Weekly
Wildlife News, which is sent to subscribers by e-mail. Follow
@OkWildlifeDept to receive tweets from the Wildlife Department, or
sign up for free at
http://www.wildlifedepartment.com/weekly_news.htm to receive the
Department’s free weekly news release by e-mail.
More information about the Wildlife Department is available online