Date: 12/30/20 12:38 pm
From: Deb Evers <okbookwoman...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Birding Oklahoma
Sorry to be late to the party, but I was born and raised in OK. Wanted to
let you know just how diverse and rich the birding action is in my old
digs. A few really good spots in Oklahoma for birding that you might want
to consider are Great Salt Plains NWR
(https://www.audubon.org/important-bird-areas/salt-plains-national-wildlife-refuge),
Red Slough WMA
(https://visitmccurtaincounty.com/parks/forests-wetlands/red-slough/#:~:text=Red%20Slough%20Wildlife%20Management&text=A%20favorite%20of%20bird%2Dwatchers,and%20black%2Dbellied%20whistling%20duck.),
Little River NWR (https://www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.4578),
and McCurtain County Wilderness Area
(https://www.audubon.org/important-bird-areas/mccurtain-county-wilderness-area).
These are pretty far apart and I'm not sure if you have several days to
bird the state. But...have fun!

On Friday, December 25, 2020 at 11:28:29 AM UTC-7 <mvjo......> wrote:

> Does anyone know of a good birding site guide for Oklahoma? Might be
> headed that way, and Smith's Longspur are high on my life list. Thanks.
>
> John Rawinski
> Monte Vista
>

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