The November/December 2015 issue of “Outdoor Oklahoma” magazine should be arriving in mailboxes this coming week. Our annual Wildlife Habitat Management Calendar issue is always quite popular among our subscribers. Each calendar spread features a striking, colorful photo related to the outdoors or the natural world, along with management tips for habitat and ponds. It’s a feature that is sure to be enjoyed all year long.
In addition to the colorful calendar, this issue offers plenty of additional interesting features:
Our regular feature titled “Destination Outdoors!” takes an in-depth look at Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area near Tishomingo.
“Split’s End at Sequoyah” profiles the extreme popularity of waterfowl hunting at Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge when the seasons reopen after the midseason split.
“Woodworking for Wildlife” provides instructions for a great do-it-yourself project that helps Oklahoma birds.
“Watchable Wildlife,” “Game Bag,” “Outdoor Calendar” and much more.
Don’t miss out on what our loyal subscribers enjoy all year. Hunting, fishing, wildlife conservation, natural history, Department activities and much more are yours when you subscribe to “Outdoor Oklahoma,” the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s full-color, bi-monthly magazine. Recognized as showcasing some of the nation’s best outdoor photography, each issue is filled from cover to cover with informative, award-winning articles. Don’t miss out! Please subscribe and support the official Wildlife Department magazine. Only $10 a year brings six fantastic full-color issues to your door! Save with a three-year subscription for $25! Just go to tinyurl.com/OutdoorOklahoma. Single copies are sold over the counter at the Wildlife Department’s interim headquarters, 2145 NE 36th St. in Oklahoma City.
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