OSU's department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management offers resources for those
who wish to further their knowledge about Oklahoma's wildlife.
Rodents & Small Mammals
The fundamentals and importance of the edge effect on wildlife.
Field management practices for mourning dove in Oklahoma.
Compare and contrast the difference of food, water, home range and management options for gray and fox squirrels in Oklahoma.
Discussion of the methods to conduct infrared trigged camera surveys on white-tailed deer populations and how to make informed management decisions.
Biodiversity seen as a variety or diversity of life and its processes, and ecosystem management, which promotes and maintains ecosystems integrity and health.
General information to help producers gain a better understanding of the challenges involved in establishing a successful fish farm.
Suggestions on how to decrease wildlife death rates in relation to harvesting seasons and the corresponding wildlife active at those times.
How to organize an emergency preparedness plan for animals.