Approximately 8,900 acres of project lands have been made available to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation for wildlife management purposes. Two thousand acres of this have been set aside as a State waterfowl refuge; the remainder is managed for upland game and whitetail deer and is open to the public as a hunting area. Game species prevalent are: deer (abundant), morning dove (good), waterfowl (good), prairie chicken (low), wild turkey (fair), cottontail rabbit (good) and squirrel (good).
Address: 10 miles W of Copan on Hwy 10
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