The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is the state agency responsible for managing fish and wildlife. The Wildlife Department receives no general state tax appropriations and is supported by hunting and fishing license fees and special taxes through the Wildlife & Sport Fish Restoration Program on sporting equipment and motorboat fuels paid by anglers, boaters hunters and recreational shooters.
- Governor Mary Fallin Comments on Lesser Prairie Chicken Being Listed as a Threatened Species
- Statewide Elk Hunting Season Approved by Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission
- 2014 Biologists' Gobbler Report
- Crappie - From the Anglers Guide in the March/April 2014 Issue of The Outdoor Oklahoma Magazine
- Poll - Pick what you would want the most at the end of your day in the outdoors