The official TV & magazine of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.

2018 Magazine Index

HUNTING

Draw Upon Stats for Controlled Hunt Success … January/February

Hunter Responsibility-Focus on Hunter Education … January/February

Lets Talk Turkey … March/April

Firearms and Ammo-Focus on Hunter Education … March/April

Turkey Hunting Buddies Share Good Times Ahead … March/April

Successful Hunter Heaps Praise on OLAP … May/June

Game Care-Focus on Hunter Education … May/June

Safety-Focus on Hunter Education … September/October

2017-2018 Big Game Report … September/October

Hunters Against Hunger … November/December

Firearms Safety-Focus on Hunter Education … November/December

 

FISHING

2018 Angler’s Guide … March/April

A Fisherman’s Friendship … September/October

 

GENERAL CONSERVATION

New Grassland Program to Aid Lesser Prairie Chickens … January/February

Destination Outdoors: Arbuckle Springs WMA … January/February

Choctaw Pact Yields Lake Nanih Waiya Upgrades … January/February

Red Slough WMA is a Nature-watching Bull’s-eye … January/February

Lexington WMA’s Lake Shooting Range Gets Face-lifts … March/April

Avoid Itchy Situations … March/April

Three Seasons of Bird Watching Remain in This Year of the Bird … March/April

Mayes County Ranch Owner is 2017 Landowner of Year … March/April

A Short Guide for Better Outdoor Photos … May/June

2018 Readers’ Photography Showcase … July/August

Destination Outdoors: Crowder Lake University Park … September/October

Public Lands’ Value is Often Underestimated … September/October

Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation … November/December

2019 Oklahoma Wildlife Habitat Management Calendar … November/December

First Look: Renovated ODWC Headquarters … November/December

Osage County Couple Selected 2018 Landowners of the Year … November/December

 

FISH AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, RESEARCH AND ENFORCEMENT

Digging up Some Data on Shovelnose Sturgeon … May/June

For the Health of the Herd … May/June

Managing Pond Fisheries in Oklahoma … May/June

Oklahoma Songbird Removed from Endangered List … July/August

Wildlife Conservation, Management-Focus on Hunter Education … July/August

Ozark Plateau Refuge Studies Shed Light on Status of Bats … September/October

Hunters Asked to Inspect Doves for Leg Bands … September/October

Prevent the Spread of CWD-Proper Carcass Disposal … September/October

State’s Oldest Wildlife Area Holds Some of Rarest Birds … November/December

 

OKLAHOMA WATCHABLE WILDLIFE

Whooping Crane … January/February

Spring Peeper … March/April

Eastern Collared Lizard … May/June

Golden Eagle … July/August

Wood Duck … September/October

Pronghorn … Nov/Dec