Researchers Introduce Macrosystems Approach to Study Stream Ecology | freshare.netSnack Attack: Bears Munch on Ants and Help Plants Grow | freshare.netHumanity Has Exceeded 4 of 9 ‘Planetary Boundaries’ | freshare.netRainfall Can Release Aerosols | freshare.netEmerald Ash Borer Confirmed as Threat to White Fringetree | freshare.netNew Contaminants Found in Oil and Gas Wastewater | freshare.netMDC to Match $1.3 Million to Help Landowners with Habitat Conservation | freshare.netHunting Bats Rely on ‘Bag of Chips Effect’ | freshare.netHumans, Sparrows Make Sense of Sounds in Similar Ways | freshare.netMDC Talks Winter Turtle Power | freshare.netAlgae Blooms Create Their Own Favorable Conditions, New Study Finds | freshare.netBig River, Big Data | freshare.netMapping Snake Venom Variety Reveals Unexpected Evolutionary Pattern | freshare.netBreathing Diesel Exhaust Leads to Changes ‘Deep Under the Hood’ | freshare.netAre Human Behaviors Affecting Bird Communities in Residential Areas? | freshare.net2014 in Missouri Conservation News | freshare.netHoliday Closures on the Buffalo | freshare.netForget Myth: Poinsettias are Not Poisonous to Humans, Pets | freshare.netSensing Distant Tornadoes, Birds Flew the Coop | freshare.netBuffalo National River Deputy Superintendent | freshare.netSpider’s Web Weaves Way to Advanced Networks and Displays | freshare.netFight Litter Through Annual “No More Trash!” Contest | freshare.netCitizen Science Spurs Increased Support For Conservation | freshare.netHow to Help Winter Wildlife | freshare.netFungus-Growing Ants Selectively Cultivate Their Crops | freshare.netEat More Carp | freshare.netFirst Time Hickory Nut Pie | freshare.netOrganic Mulch Lets Insect Pollinators Do Their Job | freshare.netKeep Your Plants from Freezing this Winter | freshare.netUsing and Planting a Living Christmas Tree Adds Appeal to Home Landscape and Memories of the Season | freshare.netTool Maintenance Now Saves Time in the Spring | freshare.netNumber of Missouri Christmas Tree Farms in Decline | freshare.netMotorists: Be on the Lookout for Deer on Highways | freshare.netGroundwater Patches Play Important Role in Forest Health, Water Quality | freshare.netHome in the Business Park | freshare.netNational Water-Use at Lowest Levels Since Before 1970 | freshare.netLittle Evidence Conservation Organizations Respond to Economic Signals | freshare.netProtect Bulbs From Pesky Critters | freshare.netMDC Stocks Rainbow Trout at Mid-Missouri Lakes for Winter Fishing | freshare.netPharmaceuticals and the Water-Fish-Osprey Food Web | freshare.netBackpack Physics: Smaller Hikers Carry Heavier Loads | freshare.netWhy Plants Don’t Get a Sunburn | freshare.netNestling Birds Struggle in Noisy Environments | freshare.netMinimal Risk of Encountering Stinging Caterpillars in Missouri | freshare.netNew Tracers Can Identify Frack Fluids in the Environment | freshare.netPersimmon Seeds Predict Ozarks’ Winter Weather | freshare.netAs Weather Cools, Trout Fishing Action Heats Up | freshare.netU.S. Forest Service Releases 2015 Dates for Fee-free Days | freshare.netOK Dept. of Wildlife Internships | freshare.netSpring River Dam Repairs Completed | freshare.netThe Glade as an Ozarks Treasure | freshare.netSmall Spills at Gas Stations Could Cause Significant Health Risks Over Time | freshare.netReport Assesses Health of the Nation’s Birds | freshare.netImportation of Firewood Banned on Arkansas’s WMAs and NWRs | freshare.netRivers Recover Natural Conditions Quickly Following Dam Removal | freshare.netSearch for Missing Hiker Successful | freshare.net2015 Natural Events Calendar on Sale | freshare.netErbie Campground Open | freshare.netGenetic Secrets of the Monarch Butterfly | freshare.netThe Cultural Side of Science Communication | freshare.netNanoparticles Accumulate Quickly in Wetland Sediment | freshare.netWind Turbine or Tree? 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As Weather Cools, Trout Fishing Action Heats Up The arrival of cooler weather might prompt many fishermen to store away their rods and reels until next spring. But don’t be so quick—plenty of exciting angling can be found throughout the winter months in Oklahoma’s designated trout fishing areas. The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation operates two year-round trout… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 10/30/14
OK Dept. of Wildlife Internships The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation has established an Internship Program to help students that are majoring in wildlife related fields to gain work experience. The Department has a limited number of internship positions available. Positions are seasonal and vary by location and duration. Internships are primarily in the spring… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 10/30/14
Unprecedented Effort Protects Prairie Chicken Habitat in Five States The May 12 listing of the Lesser Prairie Chicken as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act helped fuel a surge in oil and gas company enrollments to conserve the species under special agreements spearheaded by the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA). To date, 160 oil,… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 06/12/14
Oklahoma Removed From List of Suspected Bat Fungus Areas After re-examining an Oklahoma bat specimen originally tested in 2010, scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey National Wildlife Health Center have dropped Oklahoma from the list of areas where White-Nose Syndrome in bats has been suspected or confirmed. The scientists have also removed the Cave Myotis (Myotis velifer) from the… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 05/23/14
Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Internships The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation has established an Internship Program to help students that are majoring in wildlife related fields to gain work experience. The Department has a limited number of internship positions available. Positions are seasonal and vary by location and duration. Internships are primarily in the spring… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 01/08/14
Watch for Scissortails Scissor-tailed flycatchers are now in Oklahoma for the summer after migrating north from the tropics. Oklahoma is one of only seven states in which the bird nests. “Scissortails are neo-tropical migrants, which breed in North America in the summer and winter in Central and South America or the Caribbean islands,”… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 05/23/13
Paddlefish: An Oklahoma Conservation Success Story The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Paddlefish Research Center in the northeast part of the state has already processed at least 300 fish for anglers this spring. When it comes to unusual, it doesn’t get much stranger than the paddlefish. The paddlefish takes its common and scientific names from its… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 03/22/13
Cedar Lake Produces Second State Record Largemouth Bass Cedar Lake in southeast Oklahoma has produced its second state record largemouth bass in less than one year. The new record was caught Wednesday, March 13 by Dale Miller of Panama, Okla., and weighed 14 lbs. 13.7 oz. Miller caught the bass at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday on a Hawg Hunter… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 03/22/13
Free Resource Available to Bass Tournament Groups Conserving fish and fish habitat and providing fishing opportunities to anglers are top priorities for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Fisheries Division, and partnering with anglers goes a long way in making these things happen. Bass tournament anglers are an important part of the equation, since they typically travel… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 03/14/13
Outdoor Oklahoma Magazine Calling for Photos Outdoor Oklahoma magazine is calling on the people who experience the state’s wildlife and outdoor heritage firsthand to send in their best digital photos showcasing the state’s wildlife, landscapes, scenic and other outdoor imagery. The annual “Readers’ Photography Showcase” is featured in the July/Aug issue of the official magazine of… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 02/28/13
Illinois River Fly Fishing School to Offer Angling Course Feb. 8-9 Anglers interested in fly fishing can learn the sport Feb. 8-9 at the Illinois River Fly Fishing School. The clinic will be based out of Tenkiller State Park and will feature instructional sessions as well as hands-on practice on the banks of the Illinois River. Long-time instructor Mark Patton says… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 01/11/13
Hawks, Falcons and Owls! Oh My! Learn more about the Outdoors at the Hackberry Flat Center’s Saturday Program Series – “It’s All About Raptors” Identification Program The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and Friends of Hackberry Flat are offering a series of Saturday Morning Programs at the Hackberry Flat Center located south of Frederick.  On Saturday,… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 01/11/13
OK Wildlife Department Offering Free Rod and Reel to One Lucky Facebook Fan The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is now updating more than 8,000 fans on Facebook and is asking sportsmen to help its page hit 10,000 “likes” by the end of the year. “Go to the Wildlife Department’s Facebook page today and ‘like’ us for a chance to win a free… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 12/21/12
Discover Rich Stream Diversity of Oklahoma While boating and angling are a big part of the outdoor heritage in Oklahoma, few Oklahomans realize just how much diversity can be found in Oklahoma’s 78,500 miles of rivers and streams. “In Oklahoma we have about 175 different species of fish,” said Brandon Brown, streams technician for the Wildlife… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 12/14/12
Bassmaster Classic is Coming to Oklahoma in 2013 Bassmaster Classic on its way to Oklahoma, along with new facilities at Grand Lake The Bassmaster Classic is like a Super Bowl or World Series for fishing, and the event is headed to Oklahoma this winter. Grand Lake of the Cherokees will host the Bassmaster Classic fishing tournament Feb. 22-24,… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 12/14/12
Nov. 1 Marks Opening Day for Most OK Trout Fisheries Reports of cool weather and the onset of hunting season draw many outdoor enthusiasts to the field, but Nov. 1 also marks an important day on the water - the opening day of Oklahoma’s winter trout season.       The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation operates two year-round trout… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 11/01/12
Learn an Outdoor Skill at the 2012 Oklahoma Wildlife Expo The 2012 Oklahoma Wildlife Expo is Sept. 29-30 at the Lazy E Arena just north of Oklahoma City. The Expo is the public’s chance to try their hands at a range of outdoor recreation activities ranging from fishing at a stocked pond or shooting a shotgun to building a birdhouse… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 09/05/12
Dealing with Armadillo Damage Like keeping enough water on the lawn to keep it green and looking good was not hard enough for Oklahomans, armadillos tend to add to landscape problems during the heat of the summer. “One of the most common wildlife damage complaints during the summer months concerns armadillos,” said Dwayne Elmore,… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 08/21/12
Insect-borne Disease Connected to Deer Deaths in Northeast Oklahoma Biologists with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation say a viral disease has been confirmed in at least one deer and may be related to 10 others found dead near the Verdigris River in northeast Oklahoma.         According to Erik Bartholomew, big game biologist for the Wildlife… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 08/21/12
Free Hunting Days Pave Way for Taking Someone Hunting Oklahoma Free Hunting Days take place Sept. 1-2, during which Oklahoma residents do not need a hunting license or HIP permit to go afield.         According to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s migratory game bird biologist, Free Hunting Days is a great way to introduce someone… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 08/21/12
OK Wildlife Department Employment Exam Available at Statewide Locations Prospective employees of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation can now take the agency’s standardized employment exam at one of several testing centers across the state throughout the year.         “Until now, the exam was hand-written and was only offered twice a year at set locations and… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 07/26/12
Searching for the Scissortail Now is the time to start searching for the scissor-tailed flycatcher on its way north from the tropics to spend the summer throughout Oklahoma, and in western Arkansas as well as south central and southwest Missouri. This area includes three of the seven states in which the bird nests.  … Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 04/17/12
March Produces Second Oklahoma Black Bass Record Just days after Poteau angler Benny Williams, Jr. landed a new state record largemouth bass from Cedar Lake in southeast Oklahoma, an angler in the opposite southern corner of the state has reeled in a new state record smallmouth bass.         Ryan Wasser of Pocasset was fishing… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 04/06/12
Angler Lands New Oklahoma State Record Largemouth Bass A new Oklahoma state record largemouth bass was caught Friday, March 23, at Cedar Lake in southeast Oklahoma. The fish weighed 14 lbs. 12.3 oz. and was caught by Poteau angler Benny Williams, Jr. while on a camping trip at the 78-acre LeFlore Co. lake.         Williams… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 03/27/12
OK Wildlife Department Youth Camp Application Available Teenagers can apply now to attend the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s annual Wildlife Youth Camp slated for June 24-29 at Oklahoma University Biological Station at Lake Texoma. The free camp increases awareness of conserving and managing Oklahoma’s wildlife resources through courses on wildlife-related career opportunities, rifle and shotgun training,… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 02/16/12
Submit Your Photo Do you have a hunting, fishing or other outdoor adventure you would like to share? We invite you to submit your photos to the Wildlife Department photo gallery. E-mail your best shot to kgillman@odwc.state.ok.us Be sure to include: The name of the image being submitted should be titled with the… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 01/11/12
See a Soaring, Iconic Symbol in Oklahoma Now Oklahoma’s mild winters make the state a great fit for eagles during the coldest months of the year, and a number of opportunities are available to see one.         Wintering eagles begin arriving in Oklahoma in November and early December. Their numbers peak in January and February,… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 01/04/12
Call All Citizen Scientists to Help Conduct OK Wildlife Department’s Winter Bird Feeder Survey The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Winter Bird Feeder Survey starts Jan. 5 and gives wildlife enthusiasts and their families an exciting way to kick off the New Year.         Attracting birds and maintaining backyard feeders for wintering birds is popular in both urban and rural areas… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 12/30/11
Rare, Endangered Birds Traveling Through Oklahoma Now Through mid-November, a flock of one of North America’s rarest birds will pass right through Oklahoma, and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is asking state residents to report sightings.         “Just over 300 Whooping Cranes are en route from Canada to their wintering location along the… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 11/01/11
Wildlife Expo Gets Families Outside Visitors to the 2011 Oklahoma Wildlife Expo Sept. 24-25 will have a chance to catch a fish, shoot a bow and arrow or shotgun, ride a mountain bike, float in a kayak, pet an alligator and even sample wild game meat and camp cooking.         The Wildlife… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 08/31/11
Volunteers Needed to Take Children Fishing Oklahoma Firefighters’ Burn Camp Volunteer boaters are needed Aug. 20 to help children who are burn victims enjoy a day of fishing on Lake Hudson.         The 13th Annual Oklahoma Firefighters’ Burn Camp is held at Dry Gulch U.S.A. near Pryor for children ages 6 to 16 that have suffered major… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 08/02/11
Current Weather Conditions Have Potential to Cause Fish Kills Much to the dismay of anglers and wildlife enthusiasts, environmental conditions typical of late summertime can lead to fish kills, especially in the state’s many small farm ponds. And with the second hottest June on state record now in the books, officials with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation are… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 07/14/11
Something to Whistle About: Black Bellied Whistling Ducks Recently, a pair of the most “un-duck-like” ducks has been spotted in McAlester. Residents have spotted and photographed two black-bellied whistling ducks perched on what was left of an ice storm-damaged maple tree in their urban backyard.         “I like all critters, I’m a wildlife guy that… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 06/29/11
Artists Wanted for Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp Design Contest Artists’ entries are now being accepted for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Waterfowl Stamp Design Contest, featuring the white fronted goose. Submissions will be accepted through Aug. 31, and the winning artwork will be featured on the 2012-13 Oklahoma waterfowl stamp.         The Wildlife Department’s waterfowl… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 06/29/11
Researchers Track Black Bears in Northeast Oklahoma While black bears in southeast Oklahoma have been studied extensively by biologists and are even pursued by hunters each fall, less is known about bears inhabiting the northeast portion of the state. But a research project by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation in partnership with the Oklahoma Cooperative Fish… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 06/22/11
Seventh Annual Oklahoma Wildlife Expo Offers Outdoor Learning Opportunities Oklahomans interested in the outdoors should mark their calendars now for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s seventh annual Oklahoma Wildlife Expo slated for Sept. 24-25 at the Lazy E Arena, just north of Oklahoma City. The Wildlife Department is working with a range of organizations, individuals and outdoor-related companies… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 06/09/11
Go Fishing for Free June 4-5 in Oklahoma Reports of good angling from all over the state indicate summer fishing is coming into full swing, and Oklahoma anglers can get in on the action for free June 4-5 during Free Fishing Days. A state fishing license is usually required for most anglers to go fishing, but during Free… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 05/26/11
OK State Fish Offers Hot Angling Action as Spawning Season Arrives The coming weeks mark the annual spring spawning of the white bass — Oklahoma’s state fish, and biologists are more than willing to provide insight into where to find this fish this time of year when they move upstream from lakes across the state.         The white… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 03/30/11
Wildlife Department Youth Camp to Offer a Glimpse of Careers in Wildlife A lifetime of hunting and fishing is full of memories and lessons about life, nature and ethics — and Oklahoma youth who enjoy the outdoors can take that one step further by pursuing a career in wildlife conservation. Teenagers can apply now to attend the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 03/08/11
Oklahoma Hosts Scientific Study Group to Share Insight on Deer Biology and Management Wildlife professionals from across the southeastern United States convened on Oklahoma City recently for a meeting of the minds on all things deer during the 34th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group.         The study group was hosted by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation,… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 03/01/11
Mountain Fork River to Welcome Thousands of Trout in Coming Weeks Regular bi-weekly stockings of rainbow trout in the Lower Mountain Fork River will be combined with five additional stockings over the next few months and will result in a river teeming with fish for anglers to catch.         Included in each of the next five regularly scheduled… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 01/25/11
Learn to Manage Landscapes for Wildlife in Sapulpa Ask any wildlife biologist what it takes to keep wildlife healthy and close to home, and they’ll tell you it is all about having quality habitat.         Landowners can learn to improve wildlife habitat on their property by attending the National Wild Turkey Federation’s Wild Turkey Woodlands… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 01/25/11
Outdoor Oklahoma Seeking Readers’ Photos for Showcase Issue Each year Outdoor Oklahoma magazine features a unique issue showcasing the digital photography of outdoor enthusiasts from all over Oklahoma. The annual “Readers’ Photography Showcase” issue is featured in the July/Aug issue, and submissions are being accepted from Jan. 1 through March 31.         The special summer… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 01/04/11
Oklahoma Lakes and Maps Featured in New Publication The Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) and Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC) have teamed up to offer, free of charge, a new 178-page publication, “Lakes of Oklahoma.”         This comprehensive source of information contains maps and related data for 146 reservoirs, including 58 state and federal… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 12/21/10
New Full-featured Wildlife OK Management Area Atlas Now Available Most Oklahoma hunters remember “those old map books” featuring the state’s public hunting lands, and just as many wish they could get their hands on an old copy to keep in their vehicles. But now they can get their hands on something even better. Just in time for Christmas, the… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 12/21/10
Rare Whooping Cranes on Annual Migration Through Oklahoma One of the rarest birds in North America, the whooping crane, is expected to migrate through Oklahoma over the few weeks. The entire Central Flyway migrating population will pass through central and western Oklahoma between now and the second week of November, according to Mark Howery, wildlife diversity biologist for… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 11/03/10
Volunteers Help Make Fishing Memories for Children with Illnesses Volunteers recently came together to take almost 170 kids from Oklahoma Children’s Hospital fishing at Lake Texoma.         Camp Cavett offers outdoor experiences to children who are undergoing treatments for illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, sickle cell anemia and other childhood illnesses, and each year anglers… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 07/20/10
Conservation Passport Provides New Way to Support Conservation The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation will soon offer a new avenue for wildlife enthusiasts to support wildlife conservation.         At its June meeting, the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission established a special use permit that will be required of persons using certain Department-owned lands who do not… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 06/17/10
World’s Best Bass Anglers on the Arkansas River Navigation System This Weekend The best bass fisherman in the world are coming to Oklahoma June 17-20 for the Bassmaster Elite Sooner Run bass tournament on the Arkansas River near Muskogee.         The tournament is part of a sports league, membership organization and multimedia company called B.A.S.S. that draws anglers to… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 06/17/10
Oklahoma’s Free Fishing Days Slated Anglers can fish for free June 5-6 during Oklahoma’s Free Fishing Days, when people can fish without state fishing licenses, which are normally required of most anglers.         “Oklahoma’s Free Fishing Days provide a great opportunity for our veteran anglers to take someone fishing who has never… Oklahoma Dept of Wildlife Conservation 05/27/10
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