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    • The wildside, 05/01/2013

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    • It's that time again to watch for scissortails! Scissor-tailed flycatchers are now in Oklahoma for the summer after migrating north from the tropics. Oklahoma is one of only seven states in which the birds nest.; Bat Watches Are Back; Prairie After...
    • The Sutton newsletter, spring 2008 v.30

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    • Reaching out to Oklahoma students; 2008 Natural History Forum and Sutton Awards! by Margie T. Nolan; A "Big Sit" Adventures in OK Birding by Dan L. Reinking; The Lesser Prairie-Chicken - An Impending Conservation Crisis by Michael A. Patten;...
    • The wildside, 08/13/2013

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    • Chicken Turtles and Crawfish Frogs by Rori Buresh; FBI Honors 3 Oklahoma Game Wardens by Don P. Brown; Wildlife Expo to Return in 2014; Bats of Oklahoma Poster Now Available Online;
    • Wild side.

    • Oklahoma. Wildlife Diversity Program--Periodicals.;Wildlife conservation--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • "The Wildlife Diversity Program monitors and manages the state's wildlife and fish species that are not hunted or fished."
    • Oklahoma comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy

    • Wildlife conservation--Oklahoma.; Wildlife management--Oklahoma.
    • While White-tailed Deer, Wild Turkey and Largemouth Bass have benefited from sportsmen’s dollars, their funding support has not been enough to address the needs of all 800-plus wildlife species in the state. That is why it has been so important...
    • Bats of Oklahoma field guide

    • Bats--Oklahoma.
    • It is our hope that this field guide will help others appreciate the bats in Oklahoma. Additionally, it will help those who work closely with bats, including biologists, naturalists, wildlife control agents and rehabilitators, with bat...
    • The WildSide, 02/28/2013

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    • Baby Fever [great horned owls]; Reader's Photography Showcase is Back by Michael Bergin; Get Your 2013 Donor Patch; Dry Spells Nothing New for State by Rod Smith; Calling all ladies [frogs and toads];
    • The WildSide, 12/2012

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    • You know that burning sensation you get in your ears when someone is talking about you? Well, I think a single, subadult male whooping crane had that feeling a few weeks ago, so he paid us an early visit to Lake Overholser.; Rare Bird Pays an Early...
    • All about bats. Bats of Oklahoma

    • Bats--Oklahoma.
    • poster; Bats are amazing animals. They are the only mammals capable of true flight.; Most Common Bats in Oklahoma; Help Oklahoma Bats; White-Nose Syndrom; Anatomy of a Bat; Bats of Oklahoma
    • The Sutton newsletter, winter 2010 v.35

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    • Bald Eagle Adventures...; ...in the Grand Canyon! by Steve K. Sherrod, Ryan A. VanZant and Jennifer N. Reeder; Danger! There be dragons... Brenda D. Smith-Patten and Michael A. Patten; Surveys for White-tailed Ptarmigan in New Mexico: Highlights...

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