The Science Of Studying Sasquatch

It’s shortly before midnight on a foggy fall evening in 1988. My mother is driving us through the backcountry roads of Newalla. I am...

Counting On Gar

Old timers’ stories and photos tell of how local rivers once teemed with alligator gar – armored giants with three rows of slicing teeth...

Living the Wild Life

While the extensive flooding last spring caused problems for many Oklahomans, Karen Flusche of Fluscheville Farm was dealing with an issue many people may...

Bird is the Word

It’s almost spring in Oklahoma and the birding is easy. Mid-March is a transition period between seasons, when opportunity for spotting multiple avian species is...

Cultural Agriculture

Oklahoma is, undoubtedly, an agricultural state. Huge fields of crops like corn, wheat and sorghum line the roads of rural highways, stretching to the...

Saving The Monarchs

Colorful butterflies that routinely make stops in Oklahoma en route to Mexico are on the decline. The Monarch butterfly, to many, is the most...

Endangered Oklahoma

Endangered Oklahoma

What Wild Women Do

According to folklore, within every woman there is a wildness – a fierce creature with the potential to be unleashed. If you’re not sure how...

Expanding Beaten Paths

With autumn in full swing, Oklahomans are hitting the trails to enjoy brisk mornings and cool evenings, especially as the leaves start to change...

Dog Days Of Sundogs

Ten years ago, a weather phenomenon occurred in Norman skies that left many baffled. The phenomenon, known as sundogs and halos, occurred in the...