Winter Bird Feeder Survey Results


Sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts such as wildlife watchers are key contributors to conservation efforts statewide.

Oklahoma residents help state biologists track the upward and downward trends in bird appearances at winter feeders. Bird populations vary from year to year, and by gauging changes, the survey helps biologists recognize if fluctuations are normal, point to range expansions or contractions, and warn of potential conservation problems.

Oklahomans continue to ensure winter birds have plenty of feasting locations regardless of snowfall. With a total of 36,751 birds reported, it’s evident that birds dine at feeders even when food is available elsewhere.

Survey Results