WILDLIFE EXPOOKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE

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WILDLIFE EXPOOKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE CONSERVATIONSeptember 23 - 24, 2017FREE ADMISSIONArchery Fishing ShootingTaste of the Wild ATVsMountain Bikes Laser ShotBird Watching & MoreOver 120 Hands-OnActivities!Free and fun for the whole family!#WildlifeExpoCome experience Oklahoma’slargest outdoor recreation event,100% free, September 23 - 24.Saturday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.Sunday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.School Day is September 22.@wildlifedepartment.com

Booth Seminars &Events ScheduleMake-n-TakeBuild a BirdhouseOutdoor Booth #1Saturday9:00, 10:30, 12:00, 1:30, 3:00, 4:30Sunday9:00, 10:30, 12:00, 1:30, 3:00, 4:00Note: first 25 families only ateach time slotEnjoy the Outdoors!Camp Cookin’ in theHeartlandIn the Green Loop, try your hand atarchery (Booth # 5) or check out oneof Oklahoma’s most unique reptiles atthe Texas Horned Lizard Corral (Booth#4). In the Red Loop, ride a UtilityVeicle (Booth #17). In the Blue Loop,you can paint your own fishing lure(booth #26), examine furs and skullsfrom wild species (Booth #20) or just gofishing (Booth #28). In the Yellow Loop,spin your wheels on a mountain bikeadventure (Booth #36) or test your skillsat bowfishing (Booth #37).Outdoor Booth #21Saturday & Sunday:9:30, 11:30, 1:30 and 3:30Fishing LuresOutdoor Booth #26Friday: Painting Wood Fish - Every30 minutesSaturday & Sunday: PaintingFishing Lures - Every 30 minutesWildlife BlingOutdoor Booth #25Friday, Saturday & SundayEvery 30 minutesBasket WeavingOutdoor Booth #27Friday: Demonstration OnlySaturday: Every 30 minutesstarting at 9:00 - 11:00 and 1:00 5:00Sunday: Every 30 minutes startingat 9:00 - 11:00 and 1:00 - 4:00Minimun Age is 12.Dog Training SeminarsOutdoor Booth #35Saturday10:00 Retrievers11:00 Beagles12:00 Retrievers1:00 Bird Dogs2:00 Deer Recovery Dogs3:00 Coonhounds4:00 Bird DogsSunday11:00 Bird Dogs12:00 Retrievers1:00 Bird Dogs2:00 Deer Recovery Dogs3:00 Bird DogsFamily Fishing ClinicBasic Fly-Fishing InstructionFriday, Saturday & SundayFamily Fishing Clinic starts every half hour, participantsare required to go through a short educationaldemonstration before fishing. Attendance is limited, soplease arrive early.Saturday10:00 - 11:151:00 - 2:154:00 - 5:15Outdoor Booth #28Outdoor Booth #29Sunday10:00 - 11:151:00 - 2:153:00 - 4:15Please visit the tent to pre-register for a class,as space is limited.Seminars ScheduleIndoor Seminar AreaIndoor Booth #40Friday9:00 Skins & Skulls10:00 Starting a Fire Without Matches11:00 Insect Adventure12:00 Skins & Skulls1:00 Starting a Fire Without Matches2:00 Insect Adventure3:00 Starting a Fire Without MatchesSaturday9:00 Kayak Fishing10:00 Starting a Fire Without Matches11:00 Crappie Fishing Techniques12:00 Juglining & Trotlining 1011:00 Starting a Fire Without Matches2:00 Underwater Oklahoma3:00 Insect Adventure4:00 Starting a Fire Without Matches5:00 Delta WaterfowlSunday10:00 Juglining & Trotlining 10111:00 Starting a Fire Without Matches12:00 Parks 1011:00 Kayak Fishing2:00 Insect Adventure3:00 Crappie Fishing Techniques4:00 Starting a Fire Without MatchesOutdoor Safety SeminarIndoor Booth #43Saturday & Sunday10:00 & 2:00Recreational Packing & Ridingw/ Horses & MulesIndoor Booth #42Friday8:00 Packing using a decker packsaddle9:00 Packing antlers and game10:00 Packing using a riding saddle11:00 Highlining & hobbling horses and mule1:00 Packing using a sawbuck packsaddle2:00 Packing using a decker packsaddle3:00 Different bits on a horse4:00 Packing antlers and gameSaturday9:00 Packing using a decker packsaddle10:00 Packing antlers and game11:00 Packing using a riding saddle1:00 Highlining & hobbling horses and mule2:00 Packing using a sawbuck packsaddle3:00 Packing using a decker packsaddle4:00 Different bits on a horse5:00 Packing antlers and gameSunday9:00 Packing using a decker packsaddle10:00 Packing antlers and game11:00 Packing using a riding saddle1:00 Highlining & hobbling horses and mule2:00 Packing using a sawbuck packsaddle3:00 Packing using a decker packsaddle4:00 Different bits on a horse

What’sinsideMain DoorsEAST CONCOURSEFloorEntranceFloorEntranceEAST CONCOURSE26No 33BleachersExit2738375658574039Seminar StageInfo Booth41605916853Taste ofthe Wild617473 727170757678797762636467666542694380First rsBleachersNo FloorEntranceFloorEntranceWEST CONCOURSEFloorEntranceWEST CONCOURSEMain 282930313233Taste of the WildExplore BowfishingCast Netting 101Outdoor OklahomaBecome an “OutdoorOklahoma” CoverUnderwater OklahomaReloading 101Crappie Fishing TechniquesCold Water SafetyNoodling 101Juglining & Trotlining 101Logs to FurnitureWaterfowl ID QuizWild Turkey RestorationShed Antler HuntingDriftwood DécorWaterfowl Decoy CarvingMuzzleloading 101Paddlefish Research CenterOklahoma Deer ManagementBowfishing OklahomaFly TyingFish ID Matching Game Oklahoma Fish HatcheriesOklahoma Native FishAquariumMan Versus StreamsLaser ShotOklahoma Game Thief TrailerPlant IdentificationOklahoma Land AccessProgramUpland Game Birds ofOklahoma-PheasantsUpland Game Birds ofOklahoma - QuailFishing SimulatorFarm Pond Management34 Critters of the Wetlands - Red 61Slough6235 Kayak Fishing36 Oklahoma Black Bears6337 Feather Painting and otherMedia6438 Law Enforcement Booth39 ODWC Information Booth6540 Seminar Area6641 Climb a Rockwall42 Backcountry Packing with67Horses and Mules43 FIRST AID STATION6844 Casting Kids6945 Bats-Bats-Bats OklahomaNightlife7046 What Skull is That?47 Animal Skull Match Game7148 Identifying Predators ofOklahoma7249 Wildlife and Ground NestingBirds of our Grasslands7350 Oklahoma Native Plants and 74Wildlife7551 Woodcraft & Backcountry76Safety & Basic Tent Camping52 Oklahoma Reptiles and77Amphibians7853 Cabela’s Inflatable BB GunRange7954 Skins & Track Identification 80& Skinning Techniques55 Interactive Water/BoatingSafety Education56 Bee Observation Hive57 Grow Pollinator Habitat58 Oklahoma Falcons59 Fishes of Oklahoma60 Picking a Proper PFDPlants To Attract WildlifePheasants Forever/QuailForeverExperience the WichitaMountains Wildlife RefugeKnot Tying: For theOutdoorsmanTurkey Calling TechniquesNoises Deer Make andDeer FarmingSun Safety & Wild GameFood SafetyProject WILD - Tracks!Insect Adventure: Live BugPetting ZooCamo Face Paint for yourHunting ExperienceWhat Happens at aNational Fish Hatchery?Weather Safety Tools andTips for Outdoor FunWetland ConservationFun With FishArtifact IdentificationIdentifying Fish fromDifferent Ecoregions of OKDuck Identification GameBiological Artifacts “Handson Science”Where is Away?Be a Citizen Scientist

Forrest Hills 2521221924303231S. Post Rd.KIRPA2928NG18161712512346814sNo Accesssce1171510oN9AcNo Access!desiBluebird House Maken-Take2 Butterfly Gardening Bird Feeding Station Watchable Wildlife3 Wildlife Diversity andAquatic NuisanceSpecies Identification4 Texas Horned LizardCorral5 Archery Area - Archeryin Schools6 SelfBow Building Skills7 Flintknapping - StoneArrowheads8 Tree Stand Safety9 Goose Knocking Junior10 Goose Knocking11 Sling Shot Shooting12 AtlatlInG1Green LoopesShuttle to Red Loop/ Blue LoopPARKINGThirsty?IN1-12: Green Loop13-18: Red Loop19-32: Blue Loop33-37: Yellow LoopRKParking Shuttle RoutePARKINGPARestroomstiFree Water StationsviConcessionstiShuttle StopAcKEYeorM13Look forconcessionsor free waterstations.15 Orienteering, Wood 29 Basic Fly-FishingInstructionBranding, Knot30 USFWS WalkTying, PioneeerThroughLashingEnvironmental16 Nature WildlifeEducation TrailerCraft/Game, Leave31 Feral Hog TechnicalNo Trace, Yo-yo’s,Assistance &Bird FeedersBoarBuster Trap17 Ride a Utility VehicleDemo18 Rescue or Reunite?32 ATV Ride SafeOklahomaBlue Loop19 Rope MakingYellow Loop20 Furs and Skulls Furbearer & Trapping 33 Pellet Rifle Range34 STEP (ShotgunEducationRange)21 Camp Cookin’ in the35 Dog Training AreaHeartland36 Mountain Biking22 Hands on Hides37 Bowfishing23 Play in the Sand24 Fish Cleaning25Red Loop13 Jakes Take Aim26Shooting Range14 ODWC License &27Outdoor InformationBooth28SeminarsWildlife Bling Make-nTakeFishing Lures Maken-TakeBasketweaving Maken-TakeFamily Fishing ClinicODWC BOOTHSLook for the shield oninside & outside maps

SponsorsFoundingOklahoma Departmentof Wildlife ConservationHeritageP&K Equipment Inc.SportsmanRalph’s Packing Company Inc.Terry’s Taxidermy and Wild Game ProcessingPartnersAlabaster Caverns State ParkAmerican Heritage GirlsATV Ride Safe OklahomaBlack Kettle National GrasslandBowhunting Council of OklahomaBoy Scout Troop 4008By His Grace Gun DogsC&J Bait CompanyCabela’sCentral Oklahoma Beekeepers AssnDelta WaterfowlDucks UnlimitedFriends of the WichitasGrand River KennelsGun Dog KennelsHeartland of the Prairie Dutchoven SocietyJohnston Seed CompanyLake McMurtry FriendsMuseum of OsteologyNational Parks of OklahomaNational Wild Turkey FederationNeil GarrisonNoble Research Institute, L.L.C.Oklahoma AquariumOklahoma Archeological SurveyOklahoma Cooperative Extension ServiceOklahoma Department of Environmental QualityOklahoma Falconers AssociationOklahoma Furbearer AllianceOklahoma Highway Patrol - Marine EnforcementOklahoma Master NaturalistsKeys to Enjoying Your VisitGUTHRIESeward Rd. Exit #151Waterloo Rd. Exit #146EDMONDKilpatrick TurnpikeOklahoma MesonetOklahoma SelfBow SocietyOklahoma State ParksOklahoma State UniversityOklahoma Station Chapter Safari ClubInternationalOklahoma Team of Trail LifeOklahoma Tourism & Recreation DepartmentOklahoma Water Resources BoardOklahoma Youth Hunting & Shooting ProgramOSU Insect AdventureOSU Students of American Fisheries SocietyQuail Forever/Pheasants ForeverRogers County Conservation DistrictSierra Club Oklahoma ChapterSkulls Unlimited International Inc.Sooner State Beagle ClubSportsmen’s Alliance FoundationTinker Air Force BaseTishomingo National Fish HatcheryTulsa Herp ClubU.S. Army Corps of EngineersU.S. Fish & Wildlife ServiceUCO/Project WildUnited Blood TrackersWeatherby FoundationWhitetails of OklahomaWildCare FoundationWoods KennelsTurner TurnpikeDOWNTOWNOKCTake I-35 North of Oklahoma City toward Guthrie toeither Seward Rd. exit (#151) or the Waterloo Rd. exit(#146). Go east and follow signs to the Lazy E Arena.-Admission and all activities at Expo are Free!-Parking is free and shuttles will take you to andfrom parking lots.-Expo is an indoor and outdoor event, so dresscomfortably and wear walking shoes.-Water is free at drink stations.-No pets on Lazy E grounds except serviceanimals.-If you get hungry, purchase food at concessions,visit the Camp Cookin’ in the Heartland outdoorbooth or the Taste of the Wild indoor booth forfree samples of fried catfish, venison jerky &buffalo chili.-All equipment for activities is provided. Bringyour camera!-Questions? Call (405) 521-3855 for moreinformation.

2017-2018Hunting SeasonsDEER & ELKArchery Oct. 1 - Jan. 15OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OFWILDLIFE CONSERVATION2145 NE 36th St.Oklahoma City, OK 73111(405) 521-3851Youth Gun Oct. 20 - 22Muzzleloader Oct. 28 - Nov. 5Gun Nov. 18 - Dec. 3Holiday Antlerless Dec. 22 - 31TURKEYFall Archery Oct. 1 - Jan. 15Fall Gun Nov. 4 - 17Youth Spring March 31 - April 1Spring April 6 - May 6Youth Spring (SE) April 21 - 22Spring (SE) April 23 - May 6BEARArchery Oct. 1 - 15WHO WE AREArchery Oct. 1 - 14The Oklahoma Department ofWildlife Conservation (ODWC) andits 350 employees are responsiblefor managing Oklahoma’s wildliferesources and habitat.DUCKSWHAT WE BELIEVEMuzzleloader Oct. 28 - Nov. 5ANTELOPEYouth DaysPanhandle ZoneSept. 30 & Feb. 3Zone 1Sept. 30 & Feb. 3Zone 2Sept. 30 & Feb. 3Regular SeasonPanhandle ZoneOct. 14 - Jan. 10Zone 1Oct. 28 - Nov. 26 &Dec. 9 - Jan. 21Zone 2Nov. 4 - 26 &Dec. 9 - Jan. 28That our fish and wildlife belong to allOklahomans, and should be managedin a way that their populations will besustained forever.HOW WE ARE FUNDEDODWC does not receive general statetax appropriations. License salesand Federal Wildlife and Sport FishRestoration Program grant revenueare the two main funding sources.Essentially every dollar spent bysportsmen in Oklahoma on licensesgoes back into the Department: userpay/public benefit.DOVESept. 1 - Oct 31 &Dec. 1 - 29PHEASANTDec. 1 - Jan. 31QUAILNov. 11 - Feb. 15SQUIRRELMay 15 - Jan. 31FURBEARERDec. 1 - Feb. 28RABBITOct. 1 - March 15This program receives Federal assistance from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and thus prohibits discrimination on the basisof race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, and sex (gender), pursuant to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (asamended), Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Section 504 of the RehabilitationAct of 1973, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. To request an accommodation or informational materialin an alternative format, please contact (Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, (405) 521-3851). If you believe youhave been discriminated against in any program, activity, or service, please contact: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office forDiversity and Workforce Management, 5275 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, Virginia 22041.wildlifedepartment.com

#4). In the Red Loop, ride a Utility Veicle (Booth #17). In the Blue Loop, you can paint your own fishing lure (booth #26), examine furs and skulls from wild species (Booth #20) or just go fishing (Booth #28). In the Yellow Loop, spin your wheels on a mountain bike adventure (Booth #36) or test your skills at bowfishing (Booth #37).

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