Any sportsman knows that the right piece of wildlife or outdoor-related artwork can create just the right atmosphere in a home, lake cabin or hunting camp. Whether it is a sculpture of a deer, a painting of a lone coyote or a hand-crafted wood carving, nature-focused artwork has a way of grabbing the attention of …

WASHINGTON – The Forest Service is making it easier than ever for homeowners and urban planners to discover the economic and ecological value of their trees, with Wednesday’s release of the free mobile software tool i-Tree 2014. Since it was first released in 2006, the free tools found in the i-Tree suite have made it …

  Oklahoma youth and educators have until November 22 to submit entries in a creative writing and scholarship contest sponsored by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and the Oklahoma Station Chapter of Safari Club International. Students must use the theme “Hunting: Sharing the Heritage” or “Archery: What I like about Archery in the Schools …

The Digital Night Vision Christmas Giveaway” begins Friday November 15th, 2013 American Technologies Network Corp. (ATN), makers of military, law enforcement, security and outdoor night vision and thermal applications, has launched a Facebook product giveaway, entitled “The Digital Night Vision Christmas Giveaway.” Fans of the ATN Facebook page can enter for a chance to win one of three of ATN’s …

Duck hunting season is now in full force statewide with the opening of Zone 2 this past weekend. Josh Richardson, migratory game bird biologist for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, said waterfowl numbers “look very good” this year, although slightly down from the last two record-setting production years. In addition, improved habitat conditions over …

After a model year for Oklahoma rainfall and cooler temperatures during the spring and summer, the 2013 statewide quail index has increased 31 percent from last year and is up eight percent from 2011. “This is welcome news after the record heat and drought our quail populations have had to endure in recent years,” said …

Oklahoma hunters to take to the air in hunting feral hogs by helicopter beginning Friday when a new law goes into effect. Hunters will be able to take to the air starting Friday to shoot wild pigs. “Feral hogs are a huge problem in southeastern Oklahoma, and lawmakers have been working to create opportunities for …