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OHA’s current focus is ensuring sound and scientific management of all huntable wildlife species. However, our financial resources are split between wildlife, habitat and a legislative agenda. OHA will strive to increase hunter access to private lands statewide.

Each chapter of OHA participates in habitat and wildlife projects pertinent to their area of the state.

OHA provides a lobbyist to the State Legislature to protect and enhance hunter’s rights, attend meetings of the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW), Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission and other government agencies and private organizations as assigned.

OHA has 25 chapters statewide and over 10,400 members. OHA is made up of all types of hunters: Rifle, bow, shotgun, handgun, muzzleloaders, trappers and all that enjoy the outdoors and wildlife.

OHA accepts any method of taking game legally and ethically. We are a family-oriented organization that believes the youth of today will be the hunters of tomorrow. It is they that will keep our tradition alive.


October 19, 2017 in Bend Bulletin

Central Oregon’s frosty feathered friends

The Bulletin Freezing temperatures and a snow dusting have dashed…

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October 18, 2017 in Statesman Journal

Oregon waterfowl hunting season starts strong, with duck numbers remaining high

2017 duck hunting season in Oregon runs Oct. 14-Jan. 28….

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October 18, 2017 in Medford Mail Tribune

Biologists spend nights hazing wolves to deter livestock kills

By Lee Juillerat / for the Mail Tribune Tuesday Posted…

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October 18, 2017 in Statesman Journal

ODFW biologists fit daughter of famous OR-7 gray wolf with GPS collar

MOREMEDFORD, Ore. (AP) State and federal wildlife managers will again…

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October 15, 2017 in Klamath Falls - Herald and News

Klamath Basin outdoor news briefs

National Wildlife Refuge Week events planned TULE LAKE Tule Lake…

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