oklahoma nature

Hay fever: It’s the price we pay for happy wildlife

September 10, 2022

The peak of hay fever season is upon us and if that has your sinuses aching for knowledge and your eyes just itching to see something, anything, good about ragweed, look no further.

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Wildlife Commission seat passes from father to son

August 4, 2022

For the first time, a position on the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission was occupied Monday by a child of the previous commissioner.

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Conservation funding fireworks erupt

July 1, 2022

Second Amendment political fireworks sprayed into the realm of wildlife conservation funding heading into the holiday weekend.
But some expect the plan that would kill an 85-year-old American tradition will only fizzle.

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Mid-summer heat hits wildlife too

June 30, 2022

If you see birds panting like dogs and squirrels lounging like lizards, you’re probably sweating out another day of triple-digit heat in Oklahoma.

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House passes act worth millions for Oklahoma wildlife

June 19, 2022

Backers say it is a money-saving offset that empowers states to keep species away from the costly federal mandates that come with Endangered Species Act listing. Critics say it is spending the country can’t afford right now, especially with no sunset clause.

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