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Oklahoma Wildlife Management Association


The OWMA was organized to serve as an advocate for the benefit of wildlife and for the rights of wildlife managers, landowners, and hunters.  We saw the significant role the Texas equivalent played in protecting hunting so we formed the Oklahoma Wildlife Management Association in 2007 following their model.  

We focus on educational, scientific, regulatory, legal, and legislative arenas. We are absolutely dedicated to educating all persons, especially the youth of Oklahoma, about the conservation, management and enhancement of wildlife and wildlife habitat on private and public land. The decline in hunters has to be remedied by recruiting kids at a young age as well as adults interested in providing for their families. We feel it is our duty to educate them on all the benefits of hunting and instilling values to turn them into ethical hunters. We also see the value in providing them with guidance as they begin a journey into the outdoors. Our main goal is to ensure the preservation of our cherished rural heritage for future generations.

A peculiar virtue in wildlife ethics is that the hunter ordinarily has no gallery to applaud or disapprove of his conduct. Whatever his acts, they are dictated by his own conscience, rather than by a mob of onlookers. It is difficult to exaggerate the importance of this fact.

-Aldo Leopold





"I originally became involved to help combat poaching and rampant destruction of private property that was occurring in our area.  This organization is a true grass-roots effort that began with a couple of landowners picking up the phone to confide in their neighbors about what they were experiencing.  Since 2007, OWMA has become so much more.  I am proud to say we have been on the right side of many issues and helped preserve and grow the hunting experience in Oklahoma."

Allen Bynum

How we give back

Youth Turkey Hunt

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation youth Turkey hunt

Spring Turkey Season

Every spring we take a handful of kids out for their first turkey.

Meet The Leaders

Suzie Brewster


Sam Munhollon

First Vice President

Trevor Potts



Kimberly Sanders



Board of Directors

Brett Addison

Lisa Addison

Dr. Tim Ashley

Karel Brewster

Suzie Brewster

Allen Bynum

Mike Bynum

Colin Chapman

Eric Chapman

Luke Chapman

Scott Chapman

Haden Coffey

Seth Coffey

Dr. Byron Christie

Kimberly Sanders

Clay Forst

Brian Healey

Bill Hoffmann

Newley Hutchison

Stan Kimbell

Sam Munhollon

Richie Nye 

Mike Porter

Trevor Potts

Dan Robbins

Dillon Sparks

Aaron Spells

Beverly Stevens

Leroy Ussery

Jim Waters

Glen Winters

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