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  • 2003
  • September

Is the Hunting Industry Missing the Point?

Wildlife management, particularly white-tailed deer management, is becoming more and more commercialized, but little attention is given to the basics of deer habitat management because it can't be put in a bag or can and sold for a profit.
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  • 2008
  • August

Basic Wildlife Habitat Management Makes "Cents"

Food plots and feeders are intensive management practices and, while widely used, they are not real habitat improvement practices in most cases. Usually, they only work as supplemental feeding to concentrate wildlife populations for improved harvest success or observation.
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  • 1998
  • February

Funds for Wildlife: Government Programs Update

Four programs are slated to receive approximately 8 million dollars to be allocated toward natural resource improvement this year.
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  • 1997
  • December

Spiders: Not All Bad, Often Misunderstood

It is true that there are a few spiders that are harmful to man, but the vast majority pose no threat, and are in fact beneficial.
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  • Noble News and Views
  • 1997
  • November

Dung Beetles

Dung Beetles are biological control agents for horn flies and intestinal parasites. They destroy the habitat for other insects and internal parasites to complete their life cycle.
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  • 2000
  • October

The Value of Woody Plants

Clearing brush or timber when woody plants are not overabundant often decreases land value and income potential.
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  • 1997
  • November

Cattle as Quail Managers

In my opinion, cattle are the most powerful quail managers in Oklahoma, for two reasons. The first is because it is difficult to successfully produce bobwhites without them. Quail cannot thrive in rank grassland. The second reason is because so many land management decisions are made exclusively with cattle in mind.
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  • 2003
  • June

Native Plant Communities are Very Important for Wildlife

The most important concept to understand for successful wildlife management is the role of native plant communities - without them, most wildlife species cannot exist.
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  • 1994
  • April

Crappie

This article was revised in 2006. Crappie are an excellent tasting sunfish that are sometimes stocked into ponds. Two species of crappie occur in Oklahoma and Texas. White crappie usually have six...
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  • 2001
  • December

Diversity - The Spice of Life

Wildlife managers need to be aware of the importance of habitat diversity.
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