Oklahoma Wildlife

Recovering America's Wildlife Act - RAW Act Oklahoma

Recovering America’s Wildlife Act: Helping Wildlife, Business

December 18, 2017

Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Offers Exceptional Opportunity To Help Wildlife and Business in Oklahoma With fish and wildlife populations under increasing pressure in Oklahoma and throughout the country, Oklahomans are excited for a new opportunity to reverse this trend. House Resolution 4647, known as the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, would provide $1.3 billion annually from existing federal…

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Bald Eagle Watching in Oklahoma

2018 Guide to Eagle Watching in Oklahoma

November 17, 2017

Winter is the prime season for bald eagle watching throughout Oklahoma. From weekend events and tours to online guides and more, it’s easy to learn the basics in spotting our country’s national bird in the Sooner State. Beginning in late November of each year, anywhere from 800-2,000 bald eagles migrate to Oklahoma from their northern…

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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

How to Build a Pollinator Garden This Spring

May 2, 2017

As the temperatures warm and plants bloom, we welcome a variety of insects and animals back to Oklahoma, including a number of important pollinators, like bees and butterflies. May is Wildlife Month, so it’s the perfect time to get your backyard garden in shape to help these crucial creatures thrive throughout Oklahoma. What are pollinators?…

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Take Action against Oklahoma HB2132 and the creation of "prosperity districts"

Take Action! Stand Against Oklahoma HB2132 and “Prosperity Districts”

April 7, 2017

The Oklahoma legislature is considering a bill that reflects the poor values of State Question 777, favoring large corporations over individual citizens, landowners and wildlife. HB2132 would create “prosperity districts” in which landowners could file a petition to create a district on their own land and in turn, create most of the rules of that so-called…

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