Events Aid Conservation Partners, ODWC in Habitat, Wildlife Efforts

August 13, 2019

Events Aid Conservation Partners, ODWC in Habitat, Wildlife Efforts

Upcoming events planned by conservation partners of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation not only build support for those groups but also help boost efforts to improve Oklahoma's natural resources.

These conservation partners regularly make substantial donations to the Wildlife Department for projects and activities aimed to improve wildlife and habitat management across the state. Here are some of those upcoming events that anyone is welcome to attend to show their support for conservation:

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NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION

DUCKS UNLIMITED

  • Local events set in Sand Springs, Aug. 10; Perry, Aug. 10; Grove, Aug. 13; Shawnee, Aug. 13; Lone Wolf, Aug. 15; Oklahoma City, Aug. 16; Broken Arrow, Aug. 17; Idabel, Aug. 24; Guthrie (Silverleaf), Aug. 24; Lawton, Aug. 29; Vinita, Sept. 12; Elk City, Sept. 12; McAlester, Sept. 19; Ada, Sept. 26; Norman, Sept. 27; Enid, Oct. 3; Claremore, Oct. 3; Muskogee, Oct. 3; Kellyville, Oct. 5; Poteau, Oct. 10; Claremore, Oct. 17; Colbert, Oct. 24; Shawnee, Oct. 24 (www.ducks.org/Oklahoma/events).

FRIENDS OF NRA

  • Local events set in Enid, Aug. 10; Newcastle, Aug. 15; Elk City, Aug. 17; Tulsa, Aug. 22; Tahlequah, Sept. 12; Idabel, Sept. 14; Stillwater, Sept. 26; Duncan, Sept. 28; Alva, Oct. 3; Dewey, Oct. 5; Woodward, Oct. 12; Wilburton, Oct. 31; Oklahoma City, Oct. 31 (www.FriendsOfNRA.org). 

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WILDLIFE EXPO

Outdoor enthusiasts will also have the opportunity to support these groups and others by attending the annual Wildlife Expo on Sept. 28-29.

Presented by the Wildlife Department and a coalition of conservation organizations, agencies and sponsors, Wildlife Expo celebrates our great state's natural diversity and opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts and newcomers. From camping and outdoor skills to shooting sports, fishing and bird watching, Expo visitors can try their hands at two days of family fun.

Admission, parking and all activities are free at the Lazy E Arena south of Guthrie. For more information, go to www.wildlifedepartment.com/expo