From this story in the Oklahoman:
_Sportsmen are losing access to another 50,000 acres of the Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area in southeastern Oklahoma. On Monday, state wildlife commissioners approved a new three-year agreement with the the Weyerhauser Co., which owns the land, but 50,000 acres currently on the southern end of Three Rivers will no longer be open to the public. Weyerhauser plans to lease that land to private hunting groups, said Alan Peoples, head of the wildlife division for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Sportsmen will still have access to 200,000 acres of the Three Rivers WMA for hunting, four-wheeling, hiking and bird and wildlife watching. At least for the next three years.