|Great Gift Idea!
Looking for that small or Holiday gift idea....? How about giving an OBH membership!
Please check out the new membership gift certificate located at the link below....
Membership Gift Certificate Click Here
The state indoor will again be hosted at the OBH Annual Convention in February. There will be one shooting time on Friday at 2 pm and three shooting times on Saturday & two on Sunday.
Online registration is now available!
One new feature this year will be your ability to pre-pay online. This will drastically reduce your check-in time.
Also this is a reminder to make sure that your membership is current before arriving at the check-in desk. You may renew or apply and pay for a membership online! In order to avoid delays we strongly encourage you to have your membership current before arriving.
Convention details are beginning to come together. There will be one big change this year and that is the format of the Saturday night dinner. Previous years have been a dinner, awards banquet and speaker. This year we will be changing to a Wild Game Dinner with a auction and raffle. Also, Hunting & Game Awards will be announced and handed out. 2014 Triple Crown winners will receive their recognition & award at a different event TBD.
You will notice that several of the convention details are forthcoming, please continue to check the Convention Link for further information as well as reservation details.
The 2015 Elections Ballot is now ready for your votes!
On behalf of all nominated individuals we appreciate your time to vote!
Another buck for Brenna Blankenship!
Details of the hunt and more hunters... Info Click Here
OBH has been selected by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife to host the new archery range at E. E. Wilson Wildlife Area located North of Corvallis. We need volunteers for next year to help out at the range as hosts. Please click this link for more detailed information regarding dates, times and host schedule.
This is a survey regarding management of wolves in Oregon. As many of you may be aware, it seems probable that the Oregon Fish & Wildlife Commission will be asked to consider delisting Oregon's wolves in 2015 because the goals for doing so will be achieved this year. In addition, and regardless of the delisting consideration, the Oregon Wolf Plan is scheduled to be updated in 2015. This new survey is to help determine what role, if any, OBH should officially pursue with respect to the wolf delisting and plan update considerations.
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