Oklahoma Suburban Deer Management Archive - Oklahoma


Deer may damage ornamentals May 7, 2015 Oklahoma, High Plains Journal

... Repellents may provide relief on small areas of high value plants, but for large areas it is not a good option... A good strategy is called a “peanut butter fence.” On a standard electric fence small pieces of conductive foil are attached at intervals. Apply peanut butter to each piece of foil. When the deer lick the peanut butter, they are shocked...


Deer damage on ornamentals May 13, 2015 Oklahoma, Grandlakenews

... Some of the rarely damaged garden plants include canteloupe, cucumber, hot peppers, tomato and watermelon. Annual flowers that are rarely damaged include French marigold, periwinkle and snapdragon. Baby’s-breath, gay-feather, iris, sage and lavender are good perennial flowers to plant, while Colorado Blue Spruce, Common Boxwood and Shortleaf Pine ... woody plants ...


Oklahoma City Parks Commission opposes bow hunting at Stinchcomb, Draper April 19, 2012 Oklahoma, NewsOK.com, By Michael Kimball

The Oklahoma City Parks Commission voted 5-1 Wednesday to recommend against allowing archery hunting in the areas. It follows a previous unanimous vote by the city Game and Fish Commission to allow it... based their decision upon comments from city police, who raised safety concerns about the hunt...


Residents want deer hunting to stop in their neighborhood October 1, 2018 Oklahoma, kfor.com

... folks who live in Preston subdivision said the hunters are disturbing their peace and wildlife... the deer are friendly and walk up to anyone, and the hunters take advantage of that, killing them as they get close searching for food...


Yarrow perfect for Oklahoma gardens March 24, 2016 Oklahoma, Muskogee Daily Phoenix

... Yarrow (Achillea or Achillia) comes in many colors and heights ... Yarrows are also deer, rabbit, drought and dry soil tolerant....