Events

Seminar to cover details of Federal Feral Swine Eradication Program

February 21, 2021

By KELLY BOSTIANFor the CCOF Details on a federal feral swine eradication effort are part of package of information slated for a free public webinar set for 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24. The Natural Resources Conservation Serves and Oklahoma Tribal Conservation Advisory Council offers the webinar, which features the feral hog information along with other…

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Statewide Plan to Save the Monarchs Takes Flight, 40+ Organizations Call Upon Citizens to Join Project

April 16, 2018

In the last decade, due to habitat loss and other factors, monarch butterfly populations have plummeted at an alarming rate – an estimated 80-90 percent since 1996. Oklahoma plays a critical role in their survival by being centrally located in their migration pathway each spring and fall. Unwilling to risk the loss of this species…

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EVENT: Crafting Conservation in our Community on Nov. 1

October 11, 2017

This event is SOLD OUT. For more information, contact Mary Waller at Mary@wallerpr.com. Join us for a special event celebrating the Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma Foundation sponsored by Stanley Featuring beer from Marshall Brewing Company, barbecue from RibCrib and music from Cody Brewer Wednesday, November 1, 2017 • 5:30-7:30 p.m. Marshall Brewing Company • 618 S. Wheeling…

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Selman Bat Cave - Mexican Free-Tailed Bats in Oklahoma

Selman Bat Cave Experience

August 11, 2017

Each summer in northern Oklahoma, many visitors are lucky enough to experience the Selman Bat Watch, where hundreds of thousands of Mexican free-tailed bats soar through the dusk skies in search of insects. The Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma’s board chair, Ron Suttles, joined one of the groups on a Friday night this July. The following are…

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Pollinator gardens and habitats in Oklahoma

Butterflies are Back!

September 20, 2016

It may have been a while since you’ve seen an influx of butterflies – especially monarch butterflies – in Oklahoma. After rough weather the last few years, plus threats on their habitat by things like climate change, pesticides and urban growth, butterflies have been making an appearance in fewer numbers. This year, they’re making a comeback…

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