Dove Hunting Brings First Chance at Fast-flying Action

The mourning dove often provides fast wing-shooting action for thousands of hunters who will go afield for opening day of dove season Sept. 1. (Photo: Manuel Grosselet/ iNaturalist CC-BYNC) Opening day for dove hunting season is Sept. 1. Traditionally the first opportunity to venture afield for hunters in the fall, dove season is enticing for many reasons. The weather is usually warm, if not hot. Camouflage or elaborate concealment isn’t entirely necessary. The bag limit is liberal. The wing-shooting action can be fast and furious. And the season is open during the state’s annual Free Hunting Days. (Any Oklahoma resident…

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