Wildlife Department’s Outdoor Areas Remain Open for Public Recreation

While offices are closed to the public, all wildlife management areas, fishing lakes and shooting ranges of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, along with all Oklahoma State Parks day-use and RV/tent camping areas, remain open for public use at this time. People wishing to get outdoors during the coronavirus health crisis are urged to do so while adhering to the safety guidelines issued by federal (https://www.cdc.gov/ coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index. html), state (https://coronavirus. health.ok.gov/) and local governments. However, areas not owned by the Wildlife Department might be temporarily closed to the public at the discretion of the agency in charge of those…

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