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Below are all the recent Outdoor Oklahoma Journals along with a search option to find a journal related to your subject of interest.

November 2023

Missed Hunting Opportunities

Lots of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors exist on Oklahoma's wildlife management areas.

Nov 16, 2023

Public Land Alternatives to Private Land Hunting

Wondering where to hunt? If you're looking for public hunting opportunities in Oklahoma, here are a few areas to get you started.

Nov 16, 2023

Wild Double Take: Cooper’s and Sharp-shinned Hawks

Tips for identifying two Oklahoma look-alike raptors.

Nov 16, 2023

Louisiana Gives Oklahoma’s Endangered Woodpecker Population a Boost

Twelve red-cockaded woodpeckers were recently relocated to Oklahoma’s shortleaf pine forest from a donor population in Louisiana.

Nov 16, 2023

October 2023

Wild Double Take: Swift and Gray Foxes

Tips for identifying two Oklahoma look-alike foxes, the swift and gray foxes.

Oct 26, 2023

State’s Flying Mammal Focus of Ongoing OU Research

Researchers from the University of Oklahoma are assessing the overall health and movements of the Mexican free-tailed bat at the Wildlife Department’s Selman Bat Cave WMA.

Oct 26, 2023

Bird Feeding Tips

We share tips for maintaining a bird feeding station.

Oct 24, 2023

Endangered Whooping Cranes to Move through Oklahoma

Whooping cranes to make 2,500-mile migration with stops in Oklahoma.

Oct 23, 2023

Youth Deer Gun Season Tips: A Guide for Youth & Parents

The full scoop on how to "go out and do" the youth deer gun season, for kids and adult mentors.

Oct 10, 2023

September 2023

Tracking Wildlife in the Latest Digital Revolution

A new Motus Wildlife Tracking System tower was recently installed at the Selman Living Laboratory in northwestern Oklahoma. The end goal of this technology is tracking wildlife as they migrate through the state.

Sep 28, 2023