Oklahoma squirrel hunting season in its last month

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation announced that the squirrel hunting season ends this month.

“Oklahoma squirrel season is open statewide through January 31,” the department announced on Facebook. “All you need is a hunting license (unless you are exempt).”

The daily limit of squirrels that can be hunted is as follows:

  • 25 foxes and gray squirrels combined per day
  • 50 in possession after the first day

Click here for more information on hunting licenses and regulations.