What a difference 75 years make.
Spring turkey season got underway Tuesday, April 6, and hunters are being urged by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife to consider harvesting fewer birds than normal.
Pectoral sandpipers pass through Oklahoma each spring and fall as they migrate the great distance between their wintering and breeding grounds.
They don't have anything to do with pie
The pied-billed grebe is a small waterbird and a permanent resident in Southwestern Oklahoma.
Spring is finally here – officially on the calendar – and that brings turkeys to mind.
Mississippi kites are common summer residents in southwest Oklahoma and are this week’s featured creature.
The brown creeper is so called because it creeps about trees in search of food.
Most of the wildlife-related bills introduced in the Oklahoma 2021 Legislative Session that I’ve been watching haven’t shown much recent movement.
This week’s featured creature is not real common in Southwestern Oklahoma, but it is a fall, winter and spring visitor.
Most mornings around a cozy country café in Paradise Valley start pretty much the same.