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Outdoor Oklahoma Journal

This is the Outdoor Oklahoma Journal, where we're all about helping you pursue and engage in Oklahoma's vibrant outdoor lifestyle. Follow us for great hunting and fishing stories, wildlife features, insider information about unique opportunities, and tangible details on how to go out and be a hunter, angler, and conservationist. The outdoors are always open, so don't miss out!

No Trespassing: Tips for Posting a Property

Oklahoma State Game Warden Jacob Harriet explains our state's trespassing laws and how to best post your property.

Bermudagrass to Brood Habitat Benefits Upland Game

A Grant County landowner converted bermudagrass to brood habitat and his dedication to habitat is already paying off.

Tick Basics: A Conversation with a Reluctant Tick Enthusiast

How to identify, avoid ... and maybe appreciate ... Oklahoma's ticks.

Wild Double Take: Blue Grosbeak and Indigo Bunting

Tips for identifying two Oklahoma look-alike songbirds, the blue grosbeak and indigo bunting.

Thistles: A prickly ID challenge

We chat with a botanist to weed through the prickly identification challenges associated with thistles and their look-alikes.

Three Tips to Bring on the Butterflies

Butterflies are a joy to watch and are relatively easy to attract with nectar-producing plants. We offer three tips to attract butterflies to your backyard.

Learn to Fish Oklahoma

Get in on the fishing action this summer in Oklahoma! If you're new to fishing or looking to gain experience, this step by step guide will have you catching more fish this summer and saving a few bucks along the way!

Solar Water for Livestock and Wildlife

Water wells are a popular way for landowners and managers to provide solar water for livestock and wildlife in remote locations.

Outdoor Oklahoma TV Embarks On Its 48th Season

Outdoor Oklahoma, the acclaimed television show highlighting Oklahoma's abundant fishing, hunting, and wildlife-watching experiences, is gearing up for its historic 48th season on the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA).

Wild Double Take: Three-toed and Plains Box Turtles

Tips for identifying two Oklahoma look-alikes, the three-toed and plains box turtles.