Osage Wildlife Management Area
According to the website Osage WMA covers 9,512 acres of Osage county in northeast Oklahoma. The area is made up of two units, the Western Wall unit (5,950 acres) and the Rock Creek unit (3,722 acres) located north of Pawhuska, Okla.Osage WMA is a mixture of cross-timbers, tall grass prairie and river bottom habitats.Bottom land habitats occur along the Rock Creek, Pond Creek, and Mud Creek drainages. Upland sites are a mixture of tall grass prairie and post oak-blackjack ridges. The average annual precipitation for the area is about 40 inches. For maps and to learn more visit the Oklahoma Wildlife Management website.