Managing wildlife to reduce damage to agriculture and property, minimize threats
to public health and safety, and help protect natural resources including endangered species is an important goal of the Oklahoma Department of
Agriculture, Food, & Forestry's Wildlife Services division.
The Wildlife Services program is cooperatively funded by the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, & Forestry, USDA/APHIS/Wildlife Services,
Oklahoma counties, other State and Federal agencies, city governments and private organizations.
Professional wildlife technicians and biologists employed by the Wildlife Services program strive to develop and use wildlife damage management
strategies that are biologically sound, and socially acceptable.
page provides links to USDA/APHIS/Wildlife Services as well as to other pages
dealing with this topic.