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  • Oklahoma Wildlife & Prairie Heritage Alliance
    PO Box 483
    Buffalo, Oklahoma 73834
  • Phone (580)735-2322
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Look for Short-earred Owls arriving in western OK for the winter

     Upcoming 2018 OWPHA meeting dates, locations & Watchable Wildlife Events.

January 8  Quartz Mountain Nature Park

April 9  Arnett

July 9 - Taloga

October 8 - Prairie Canyon, Hinton

 

 

 


The photos on this page are all by Pauline Fahle, Duane Delvecchio, Larry Wright, Trapper Heglin and ODWC unless otherwise noted and are copyright protected.
 

 

 

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Great Plains Trail

 

Wildlife Checklist

Now available as a .pdf for download.
This companion document to the GPT Map has sections on Birds, Mammals, Amphibians, Reptiles, Butterflies and even Dragonflies & Damselflies!

Click here to open the GPT Wildlife Checklist

 


  • Most of Oklahoma is in the fall migration route of the Monarch Butterfly.

  • Caddo Maple in Red Rock Canyon State park.

  • The golden seedhead of Indian Grass provides autumn color on the prairie.

  • Cave Myotis are getting ready to go into hibernation at Alabaster Caverns State Park

  • Maximilian Sunflower starts to bloom in mid-Fall and is important for migrating Monarchs.

  • Whooping Cranes sometimes stop at the Salt Plains Refuge during fall migration.

  • Bugling Elk at Wichita Mtns - Hackberry Flat Loop