Oklahomans interested in the outdoors should mark their calendars now for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s eighth annual Oklahoma Wildlife Expo slated for September 29-30th at the Lazy E Arena, just north of Oklahoma City.
The Wildlife Department is working with a range of organizations, individuals and outdoor-related companies to host the Expo – a free event intended to promote and develop appreciation for Oklahoma’s wildlife and natural resources by providing hands-on learning opportunities for all types of outdoor enthusiasts.
“The Expo is a one-of-a-kind outdoor recreation event,” said Rhonda Hurst, Expo coordinator for the Wildlife Department. “This is a place where literally thousands of outdoor-minded people of all ages and skill levels gather for a weekend of activities and learning opportunities that are entirely focused on Oklahoma’s outdoors.”
Among many other activities, come talk to the quail biologist, learn about training hunting dogs, attend a pointer seminar. See what the Wildlife Department has to offer in land management assistance. You will be able to try activities such as fishing, shotgun and archery shooting sports, kayaking, mountain biking and more.
Expo hours will be from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days, log on to wildlifedepartment.com as the event draws near to stay up to date on the upcoming Oklahoma Wildlife Expo.
Image courtesy Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation