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  • Oklahoma Wildlife & Prairie Heritage Alliance
    PO Box 483
    Buffalo, Oklahoma 73834
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Upcoming Events
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FRI
Spring Migration Tours at Hackberry Flat
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The wetland at Hackberry Flat is managed to provide migrating shorebirds and waterfowl a place to re-fuel and rest. Visitors will tour the wetland in a seated, open-air trailer and learn how to identify shorebirds and other wetland-dependent bird species. Binoculars and spotting scopes are available if needed. Please be sure to dress for the weather. There is no fee but reservations are required. Due to the length of the tours and type of transportation, children must be at least 8 years old to participate. Hackberry Flat is owned and managed by the OK Dept. of Wildlife Conservation and therefore visitors are required, unless exempt, to have a current hunting or fishing license or a wildlife conservation passport. However, visitors are exempt from this regulation if they attend a scheduled tour. To make a reservation please contact melynda.hickman@odwc.ok.gov or 405-990-4977.
APR

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SAT
Spring Migration Tours at Hackberry Flat
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
The wetland at Hackberry Flat is managed to provide migrating shorebirds and waterfowl a place to re-fuel and rest. Visitors will tour the wetland in a seated, open-air trailer and learn how to identify shorebirds and other wetland-dependent bird species. Binoculars and spotting scopes are available if needed. Please be sure to dress for the weather. There is no fee but reservations are required. Due to the length of the tours and type of transportation, children must be at least 8 years old to participate. Hackberry Flat is owned and managed by the OK Dept. of Wildlife Conservation and therefore visitors are required, unless exempt, to have a current hunting or fishing license or a wildlife conservation passport. However, visitors are exempt from this regulation if they attend a scheduled tour. To make a reservation please contact melynda.hickman@odwc.ok.gov or 405-990-4977.
Spring Migration Tours at Hackberry Flat
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
The wetland at Hackberry Flat is managed to provide migrating shorebirds and waterfowl a place to re-fuel and rest. Visitors will tour the wetland in a seated, open-air trailer and learn how to identify shorebirds and other wetland-dependent bird species. Binoculars and spotting scopes are available if needed. Please be sure to dress for the weather. There is no fee but reservations are required. Due to the length of the tours and type of transportation, children must be at least 8 years old to participate. Hackberry Flat is owned and managed by the OK Dept. of Wildlife Conservation and therefore visitors are required, unless exempt, to have a current hunting or fishing license or a wildlife conservation passport. However, visitors are exempt from this regulation if they attend a scheduled tour. To make a reservation please contact melynda.hickman@odwc.ok.gov or 405-990-4977.
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     Upcoming 2018 OWPHA meeting dates,Special Events & Watchable Wildlife Events.

Spring Migration Tours at Hackberry Flat WMA

2019 Events List for Hackberry Flat Wildlife Management Area (southwest OK)

 


       OWPHA Meetings for 2019: 

   July 8: Foss State Park

October 14: Hackberry Flat Center

 


The photos on this page are all by Pauline Fahle, Duane Delvecchio, Larry Wright, Trapper Heglin and ODWC unless otherwise noted and are copyright protected.


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