Wildlife Commission Celebrates Officer of the Year Jared Cramer

December 11, 2020

Wildlife Commission Celebrates Officer of the Year Jared Cramer

Jared Cramer Oklahoma Game WardenOklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commissioners recognized Game Warden Jared Cramer, based in Adair County, as Oklahoma’s Wildlife Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. The annual award is presented by Shikar-Safari Club International after the winner is selected by a vote of his or her peers. Presenting the proclamation and trophy on behalf of the club were Suzie Brewster and Wildlife Commissioner Bill Brewster.

Also during Monday’s regular December meeting, Commissioners learned of a new cost-share program with conservation partner Quail Forever to improve wildlife habitat on Oklahoma Land Access Program properties. Wildlife Biologist Jeff Tibbits and Laura McIver, Oklahoma regional representative for Quail Forever, provided an overview of the program.

In other business:

A video recording of the meeting is available at https://youtu.be/CaZ963zWZXc.

The next regular Commission meeting is set for 9 a.m. Jan. 11, 2021, at the John D. Groendyke Wildlife Conservation Building, 1801 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City.