The flat terrain of the Cimarron National Grassland makes it especially attractive to physically-challenged hunters. This topography, combined with the numerous oil- and gas-facility roads that provide easy access to virtually every part of the Grassland, make it ideal for use by disabled hunters.
Pheasant - grassland adjacent to cultivated private lands.
Bobwhite Quail - fence rows, woody areas along the river.
Scaled Quail - abandoned farmsteads & farm machinery, windmill areas.
Lesser Prairie-Chicken - grassland adjacent to milo fields ( watch for them flying into/out of fields at dusk and dawn)
Dove - windmill areas.
Deer - primarily within the length of the Cimarron River Corridor, and amid the fields and pastures north of the river and west of State Highway 27.
Turkey - within the Cimarron River Corridor, primarily east of State Highway 27.
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