Osage WMA - Western Wall Unit covers 7,329 acres of Osage County in northeast Oklahoma. The Osage WMA also includes the Rock Creek Unit (3,722 acres).
Osage WMA is a mixture of cross-timbers, tall grass prairie, and river bottom habitats.
Bottomland habitats occur along the Rock Creek, Pond Creek, and Mud Creek drainages. Upland sites are a mixture of tall grass prairie and post oak-blackjack ridges. The average annual precipitation for the area is about 40 inches.
Western Wall Unit
From Pawhuska: 12 miles north on State Hwy 99, 4 miles west on CR4151, follow the signs.
- Quail: Bobwhite quail are present in fair numbers.
- Deer: White-tailed deer present in fair numbers.
- Turkey: Rio Grande turkeys are present in fair numbers.
- Rabbit: Cottontail are found in fair numbers.
- Furbearers: Coyote, bobcat, raccoon, beaver and fox are found in fair numbers.
- Dove: Limited dove hunting opportunities due to the lack of agricultural fields.
- Waterfowl: Very limited opportunity on small ponds or creeks.
- Squirrel: Fair hunting opportunities for both Fox and Gray squirrels.
- Greater Prairie Chicken: Present in low numbers, closed season.
- Bald Eagle: Eagles are occasionally seen in the winter months.
Approximately 25 acres are planted annually to cool season grasses and legumes. Controlled cattle grazing and prescribed fire are utilized to manipulate habitat on about 9,500 acres and about 50 acres of openings are created and maintained with herbicide, tree shear, or mowing.
One primitive camp ground is located on the Rock Creek unit. Camping is not permitted on the Western Wall unit.
Some fishing opportunities exist in creeks and small ponds.
Area closed to all activities for controlled deer hunts Nov. 9-12, 2023.
Unless otherwise provided, firearms are restricted to shotguns with pellets and rimfire only.
Same As Statewide Seasons
Closed to all nonhunting activities from Oct. 1 - Jan. 31 and during spring turkey season.
No camping allowed.