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Wild Double Take: Bald and Golden Eagles

Tips for identifying two Oklahoma look-alike raptors, bald and golden eagles.

Bird Feeding Tips

We share tips for maintaining a bird feeding station.

Endangered Whooping Cranes to Move through Oklahoma

Whooping cranes to make 2,500-mile migration with stops in Oklahoma.

Biologist Hauls in Remarkable Woodpecker Sightings

Four species of woodpecker were detected within an Oklahoma Breeding Bird Atlas survey block near the community of Vinson. The survey was completed as part of the state's second atlas effort.

Biologist Gets Up with the Birds to Track Status & Trends

The longstanding Breeding Bird Survey gives insights into Oklahoma’s avian populations. We tagged along with a biologist to count birds in southeastern OK.

Test Your Bird-watching Wings on Raptors

Peering at raptors, or birds of prey, through binoculars may feel hawkward at first, but you'll have a hoot in no time!

Of Books and Birds

Libraries can serve as gateways to the natural world, especially when librarians bring their love of books and birds.

Long-billed Curlews Make Long-distance Flights through Oklahoma

North Dakota study tracks migration of long-billed curlews, a species of greatest conservation need, through Oklahoma. 

Invasion of the Limpkin

A curious bird, the limpkin, has made a handful of curious appearances in the state.

Tagged Pelican Photographed 950 Miles from Nest

Oklahoma photographer reported a tagged American white pelican and learned the bird’s origin story.