It’s the first since 1998, and again involves a farmed elk.
Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation
An Oklahoma woman looking for love got more than she bargained for when she unwittingly shared her exhilaration about illegally shooting a “bigo buck” on a dating app with a state game warden. Oklahoma Game Warden Cannon Harrison said he uncovered the poaching in a conversation on Bumble with a McIntosh County woman. She talked about using a spotlight to…
Water for the Lower Illinois has spun through a legal, regulatory and financial morass for decades and, finally, this deadline may push it to where a permanent solution must be found.
Most whooping cranes are reported in Oklahoma from mid-October through November.
Program that begins Sept. 1 pays private landowners to allow public access to their properties for recreational use — hunting in particular
John Groendyke a mainstay on Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission
Hunters may soon be able to use blood-tracking dogs to find wounded deer in Oklahoma