To inform and educate the citizens and visitors as to the rich natural resources and abundant wildlife that we all share as part of our history and heritage in Southeast Oklahoma.
- To promote the conservation of wildlife resources, habitat and biodiversity through scientific research, propagation and wildlife management.
- To increase hunting and fishing participation and regional tourism growth in Southeast Oklahoma.
- To promote responsible co-existence between wildlife and human populations and help preserve the greatest possible diversity of wildlife through public awareness of current wildlife conservation practices.
- To provide a place where children, adults, students and teachers embrace the values of wildlife conservation and natural resource management through interactive educational exhibits.
Oklahoma Trails Resources information available through partnership with Oklahoma Parks and Recreation Department A large map of Oklahoma is mounted on the wall inside the Museum depicting numerous trail heads throughout the state of Oklahoma. These include trails for BIKING, HIKING, EQUESTRIAN, JEEP/ORV, ATV/MX USE. Free brochures and maps are available at the Museum
Young visitors enjoying the wildlife displays and exhibits during the dedication ceremony of the Wildlife Heritage Center Museum
DO SOMETHING WILD