Oklahoma officials aren’t ready to recommend residents take down backyard bird feeders to stem the spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza. However, they are urging caution as such guidelines are being seen in northern states.
‘Egg dumping’ is a sign of too little milkweed available due to cool weather By KELLY BOSTIANFor the CCOF Migrating monarch butterflies are dumping on Oklahoma these days. They’re not being critical, just doing something a little worrisome. This happens to some degree every year but some years are worse than others. Lingering cold and…
HB 3824 gives DEQ the ability to give industry, water treatment plants a temporary pass By KELLY BOSTIANFor the CCOF Water-quality watchers raised alarms this week saying the state’s favorite scenic river could be threatened as the state legislature moves to pass a rule change sought by the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality. A closer…
Aimed at boosting state, tribal, and territorial conservation efforts with $1.4 billion annually, it is seen as a way to ease the growing numbers of threatened wildlife headed for listing under the federal Endangered Species Act.
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