Wildlife Commission approves changes for antlerless deer, waterfowl hunting

  • Groendyke Transport Inc. of Enid donated a 2013 Mack Trucks semi-tractor to the Wildlife Department's Fisheries Division. Gathered for the presentation are, from left, Chas Patterson, Northwest Region Fisheries Supervisor; Colby Rowe, heavy equipment operator; John D. Groendyke, CEO of Groendyke Transport Inc.; and Barry Bolton, Fisheries Chief.(ODWC Photo)
    Groendyke Transport Inc. of Enid donated a 2013 Mack Trucks semi-tractor to the Wildlife Department's Fisheries Division. Gathered for the presentation are, from left, Chas Patterson, Northwest Region Fisheries Supervisor; Colby Rowe, heavy equipment operator; John D. Groendyke, CEO of Groendyke Transport Inc.; and Barry Bolton, Fisheries Chief.(ODWC Photo)
Deer hunters will have more opportunities to harvest antlerless deer this fall, and waterfowlers will have more hunting days in the middle of the season, after the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission approved two resolutions in its regular meeting May 4. The Commission’s first-ever virtual meeting, to comply with social distancing guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic, was held via…

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