Landowner Newsletter: Your Side Of The Fence

 

Is a FREE publication produced three times a year by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation for Oklahoma landowners. It is our mission to provide practical information for managing wildlife on your property and address issues that affect you, the landowner. Nowhere else can you receive helpful, in-depth information from experienced biologists and law enforcement officers who work in all corners of the state. With so much knowledge and insight at our disposal, we strive to provide you with information we think you may need. But, sometimes we do not address the management issues you want to know more about. So this is your opportunity to tell us what you think. What would you like to learn more about? Do you have any questions for any of our ODWC professionals? Are we doing a good job of providing useful, practical information? Please let us know at info@odwc.state.ok.us

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Summer 2013

  • Feral Hog Trapping 101
  • The Wet/Dry Cycle: Understanding Wetland Function
  • New! Oklahoma Quail Habitat Guide
  • Waitin' on a Whistle

Fall 2012

  • Gear up for Quail Season: DIY Fall Covey Counts (Fall Covey Count Data Sheet)
  • Ghost Buck Ranch: Changing perspectives on wildlife management
  • Grubs be Gone: Controlling parasites in your pond fish
  • Stay in the Know: Electronic News
  • Annual Field Tour/Sam Noble Foundation Workshops
  • Increase Fence Visibility for the Lesser Prairie Chicken

Spring 2011

  • Mountain Lions in Oklahoma?
  • Landowner Resurrect History
  • Build it Right
  • Second Annual Prescribed fire Council Meeting
  • Building an Escape Ramp for Wildlife

Winter 2011

  • ODWC invests in bobwhite quail research
  • Passionate about natives: Landowners improve wildlife habitat
  • Protecting your pond: Cattails take over
  • Changes aim to increase State WHIP opportunities
  • Strip disking: Setting back succession

Fall 2011

  • Hooked on Fish: Parasites
  • Bill Fair Restores Caddo CO Ranch
  • Prescribed burning association
  • What's good for the chicken is good for the cow
  • Evaluating Wildlife Food Plots

 

 

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