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FEATURED IN THE JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019 ISSUE:
- “There’s Quail in Them Thar Hills!” The timberlands of southeastern Oklahoma might seem like an odd place to hunt for quail, but it’s been happening for the past several years in the name of research.
- Want to win a controlled hunt? What are the odds? Learn just that by examining statistics from last year's hunt drawings to plan your application strategy for this year's drawings.
- Wildlife Diversity Information Specialist Jena Donnell takes readers back 12,000 years to a remarkable archaeological site “Where Buffalo Roamed” on the Cooper Wildlife Management Area.
- The Lower Mountain Fork River proves quite challenging for some of the best youth fly fishermen in the world as they sharpen their skills on this “World-class Water.”
- In the regular "Watchable Wildlife" feature, Whitney Jenkins profiles the North American beaver, which is the largest rodent found in Oklahoma.
- Our regular "Off the Beaten Path" section features "Game Warden's Journal," "Game Bag," "Outdoor Calendar" and much more.
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