The Hunting Film Tour will make a stop in Oklahoma City on Monday at the Will Rogers Theater.
The two-hour film features rifle, muzzleloader and archery hunts for big game and waterfowl from around the world. The film tour is traveling across the United States and Canada.
Showtime is 7 p.m. Monday at the Will Rogers Theater, 4322 N. Western. General admission is $10, but discount tickets are available from Heartland Outdoors in Edmond for $8.
For more information, visit huntingfilmtour.com.
FREE HUNTING ON SUNDAY
Sunday is a free hunting day in the state. Hunters do not need to carry a state hunting license or a HIP (Harvest Information Program) permit to dove hunt.
Squirrel hunting also is in season.
DUCK BLIND DRAWINGS SET THIS WEEK FOR DRAPER, OVERHOLSER LAKES
The Oklahoma City Police Department's annual drawing for duck blinds on Lake Overholser and Lake Draper will be Wednesday and Saturday.
The drawing for spots on Lake Overholser will begin at 8 p.m. on Wednesday at the Lake Overholser pavilion, 1200 E Overholser Drive. The drawing for Draper Lake will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday at the lake marina, located east of SE 104th and W Draper Drive.
Participants must be age 18 or older and hold a current Oklahoma City hunting permit and an Oklahoma state hunting license. Oklahoma City hunting permits can be bought before the drawing at the sites. The permits are $3 daily or $12.50 annually.
A copy of the duck blind locations and hunting regulations will be posted at each site. All hunting must be from designated blinds. No bank hunting or hunting from watercraft is allowed.
All watercraft used to transport hunters to and from blinds must have a current city boating permit.
For more information, call the Lake Overholser patrol station at 789-3746 or the Lake Draper patrol station at 794-5010.
DEER WORKSHOP SLATED IN NORMAN
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation will host a white-tailed deer management workshop Sept. 19 in Norman at the Frye Auditorium at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds.
Wildlife consultants and researchers from the foundation will discuss deer habitat, food habits, population management and management associations during the workshops.
“These workshops provide key insights into the behavior and biology of deer,” said Will Moseley, Noble Foundation wildlife consultant.
Participants can register just for the workshops, which include lunch, for $15. To receive a copy of the White-tailed Deer Foods and Management publication, the fee is $35.
Preregistration is requested and availability is limited. For more information or to register, visit www.noble/org/agevents or call Jackie Kelley at (580) 224-6360.