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    PO Box 483
    Buffalo, Oklahoma 73834
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Lots of ducks on lakes and ponds and hawks perched in trees to watch.

 

 

 

Go Outdoors!  State Parks & Wildlife Management Areas are a good place to watch wildlife.  

 

Great Plains Trail Kiosks are getting an upgrade!

 

Wildlife Species of the Week

 

Learn the How, What, When and Why of Prescribed Fire

Prescribed fire can be a great wildlife management tool, but conducting a safe and successful burn isn't as simple as lighting a match. To help landowners plan a prescribed burn and better understand equipment needs, firebreaks, smoke management, and other key considerations, OSU Extension is offering an online "Introduction to Prescribed Fire" course in addition to their free prescribed fire learning resources. 

The 8-hour course has been divided into nine learning modules which can be completed at your own pace.  Learn More.

 

 

 


    

 Upcoming 2020 Special Events & Watchable Wildlife Events.

                        2021 Event List for Hackberry Flat Wildlife Management Area


      OWPHA Meetings for 2021: 

                      January 26, 2021 - Dewey County Fairgrounds, Taloga

                      April 27, 2021 - Virtual Conference - Explore the Open Road on the Great Plains Trail of                                                                                        Oklahoma

                      July 27, 2021 - High Plains RC&D, Buffalo

                      October 26, 2021 - Hackberry Flat WMA, Frederick

 

The photos on this page are all by Pauline Fahle, Duane Delvecchio, Larry Wright, Trapper Heglin and ODWC unless otherwise noted and are copyright protected.


  • American White Pelicans are passing through as they head south.

  • White-crowned Sparrows are arriving to spend the winter eating prairie grass & flower seeds.

  • Raptors are moving south into western Oklahoma like this short-eared owl.

  • Cave myotis are mating in preparation for hibernation.

  • It's time to listen for the Sandhill Cranes!