Hulah Wildlife Management Area

Hulah WMA covers 16,162 acres of Osage county and is located just north of Pawhuska.Hulah WMA is a mixture of cross-timbers, tallgrass prairie and river bottom habitat.   Bottomland habitats occur along the Caney river and Pond Creek drainages.  Upland sites are a mixture of tall grass prairie, crop land and post oak-blackjack ridges.  The average annual precipitation for the area is about 40 inches. For more information about species to hunt and see, visit the Oklahoma Wildlife Management website.

address

OK-99, Pawhuska, OK

phone

918-629-5108