Learn more about Wildlife Diversity in Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Monthly E-newsletter

unnamedAre you a fan of birds, bats, frogs, snakes and other wildlife? The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is inviting the public to subscribe to their Wildlife Diversity e-newsletter, the “Wild Side!”

“Each month, you’ll learn about Oklahoma’s incredibly diverse nongame species, find out about upcoming events, and even discover what wildlife researchers are finding in the field,” said Jena Donnell, wildlife diversity information specialist with the Wildlife Department. “We are excited to share photographs from field trips, fun facts about our nongame wildlife and citizen science opportunities and annual results in this newsletter. The ‘Wild Side’ is a great way to stay connected with the Wildlife Diversity Program.”

To subscribe the Wild Side, click here.

State’s Poultry waste data falls short

Ag Department public records on chicken litter lacking, convoluted A poultry feeding operation located of Highway 412 in eastern Oklahoma. (KJBOutdoors photo) By KELLY BOSTIANFor the CCOF After four years of annual reports the general public no longer has access to a detailed accounting of how nearly 200,000 tons of ...
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The Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma, a 501(c)4 non-profit, is built to amplify the voice for conservation throughout Oklahoma. Created to bring together many of this state's great conservation organizations, we are creating a pivotal space for this state's wildlife, outdoors, and natural resource interests. Learn more about the CCO and how ...
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