‘Dismal’ turkey study data not cause for alarm–yet

July 24, 2022

Words like “dismal” and “depressing” describe the first season in one of Oklahoma’s new wild turkey population studies, but a lead researcher said now is not the time to jump to conclusions.

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May was a blue month for purple martins

May 28, 2022

Cold and rain killed nestlings and adults across region By KELLY BOSTIANFor the CCOF Anita Harp enjoys watching the busy lives of purple martins, but the view this May has been unlike any other. Consecutive days of unseasonably cool, wet weather in the 40s and 50s grounded flying insects. That left the birds hungry and…

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