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Wetland Development Units & Waterfowl Hunting Areas

Wetland Development Units (WDUs) are wetland units where all shotgun hunting is restricted to federally-approved nontoxic shot and the possession of lead shot is prohibited. In addition, shooting hours for waterfowl close at 1 p.m. daily.

Wetland Development Units (WDUs) are areas specially managed to provide waterfowl hunting and important habitat and refuge resources to waterfowl and other migratory birds. Many WDU maps are available at Other public lands available for waterfowl hunting are listed on General Waterfowl Hunting Regulations.


  1. Copan WMA & WDU150912.jpg
    Biologist: John Rempe (918) 629-5108
  2. Deep Fork WMA –Swift Bottoms WDU150912.jpg
    Biologist: Bruce Burton (918) 759-1816
  3. Drummond Flats WMA150899.jpg
    Biologist: Thad Potts (580) 541-5346
  4. Eufaula WMA – Deep Fork WDU150893.jpg
    Sr. Biologist: J.D. Ridge (918) 617-1113
  5. Eufaula WMA –Mill Creek WDU150887.jpg
    (Currently not operational.)
    Sr. Biologist: J.D. Ridge (918) 617-1113
  6. Foss Lake 150879.jpg
    Contact (580) 592-4433
  7. Fort Cobb WMA –Walnut Slough WDU 150874.jpg
    Habitat Coordinator: Kent Swanda (580) 595-0347
  8. Grassy Slough WMA & WDU 150869.jpg 150864.jpg
    Biologist: Richard Beagles (580) 320-3176
  9. Hackberry Flat WMA/WDU 150859.jpg 150854.jpg
    Biologist: Kelvin Schoonover (405) 823-8425
  10. Hugo WMA – Hugo/Kiamichi River & Sawyer WDUs 150847.jpgBiologist: Richard Beagles (580) 320-3176
  11. Hulah WMA – Whipporwill WDU150841.jpg
    Biologist: John Rempe (918) 629-5108
  12. Keystone WMA –Boston Pool, Buckeye Creek & Cottonwood Creek WDUs150833.jpg
    Biologist: Matt Mattioda (918) 629-4625
  13. Lake Thunderbird 150827.jpg 150821.jpg
    Contact (405) 364-7634
  14. Love Valley WMA –Stevens Springs WDU150815.jpg
    Biologist: Tom Wyatt (405) 823-9038
  15. McClellan-Kerr WMA –Billy Creek & Chouteau WDUs150810.jpg
    Sr. Biologist: Mike Plunkett (918) 625-3910
  16. Mountain Park WMA & WDU150805.jpg
    Habitat Coordinator: Kent Swanda (580) 595-0347
  17. OkmulgeeWMA – Okmulgee East & Okmulgee West WDUs 150800.jpg
    Biologist: Bruce Burton (918) 759-1816
  18. Oologah WMA –Overcup Bottoms & Upper Verdigris WDUs150794.jpg
    Contact (918) 629-5286
  19. Red Slough WMA & WDU 150789.jpg 150782.jpg
    Biologist: Richard Beagles (580) 320-3176
  20. Sooner Lake150773.jpg TT SS
    Contact (405) 396-2503
  21. Texoma/Washita Arm WMA – Washita Arm WDU150740.jpg
    Contact (405) 823-8383
  22. Tishomingo Wildlife Management Unit150732.jpg
    Contact (405) 823-8383
  23.  Waurika WMA – Waurika WDU & Walker Creek WDU 150725.jpg
    Habitat Coordinator: Kent Swanda (580) 595-0347
  24. White Grass Flats WMA & WDU 150719.jpg 150711.jpg
    Biologist: Richard Beagles (580) 320-3176
  25. Wister WMA – Joe Johnson WDU & Fourche Maline WDU150703.jpg
    Biologist: David Robertson (580) 421-7273

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