Oklahoma Fur Bearers Alliance roots go back over 60 years to when we started out as the Oklahoma Trappers Association and even though we've branched off in
the past and we have had different names we are once again a single organization and our focus is the same as it has always been, helping to conserve and protect our
wildlife heritage here in Oklahoma.
Trapping is one of the most misunderstood of all of our outdoor activities, even among other outdoor enthusiasts. But it is well documented how trapping plays a vital role in modern conservation efforts. Trapping is sometimes the only tool that wildlife agencies have to keep certain species populations in check. We have modernized and undergone many advancements to ensure the humane and effective impact we have on our natural resources.
The Oklahoma Fur Bearers Alliance (OFBA) is dedicated to teach the best, most ethical practices when it comes to utilizing Oklahoma's wildlife and passing that knowledge on in our OFBA Youth Camp.
- Fall convention October 13 and 14 at the Okmulgee County Fairgrounds.
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- Lake Carl Blackwell Youth camp Dec 22, 23, and 24
- Waurika Lake Youth Camp Dec. 29, 30, and 31st