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
Alligator farming and ranching are water intensive enterprises, with irrigation of wastewater the primary method of nutrient recycling.
A guide to the best management practices to protect livestock from outside wildlife in relation to their fencing and water quality.
The options and long-term impacts to consider with expiring conservation reserve program (CRP) land.
An analyzation of how bobwhites choose nesting grounds in relation to visual-based influences and scent-based influences of the environment around them.
An explanation of a study on the survival, nesting, temperature, water and energy needs of quail populations in their natural habitats.
Provides information on how food plots may help provide basic ecology for select wildlife species.
Questions about things like fire impacting the wild, leasing land to hunt, developing water and other wildlife management topics are answered.
Get your questions answered to things like catching armadillos, reducing geese damage, poisoning feral hogs and keeping raccoons out of the garbage.