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Two New Bird Species Spotted in Oklahoma

On Wednesday, Sept. 3, seven species of birds that are rare in Oklahoma were spotted at Red Slough Wildlife Management Area in southeast Oklahoma. Two of these – Cory’s Shearwater and Sooty Tern – had never been seen in the state before. The Cory’s Shearwater and the Sooty Tern are…


Horicon Marsh Fall Naturalist Programs Begin Sept. 13

HORICON, Wis. – People visiting Horicon Marsh State Wildlife Area for the annual fall naturalist programs will participate in the programs and hikes for the last time at the Department of Natural Resources field offices located on the north end of Palmatory Street, in the City of Horicon. Beginning in…


New Guide Maps Outd; Adventure on Altamaha

SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. (July 28, 2008) – Enjoying the scenic Altamaha River, one of Georgia’s most biologically diverse rivers, has never been easier. The Altamaha River Partnership, with support from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, now has available an updated, informative guide to the 137-mile river corridor. The new…


Unattended Baby Birds May Not Be Abandoned

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas is blessed with an abundance of wild birds and their offspring. Throughout spring and summer, it is not uncommon to come across unattended baby wild birds. During this time, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is flooded with calls about abandoned fledglings and what to do…


Horicon Marsh Again Site of Annual Bird Festival, May 9-12

Birders will gather at the DNR Horicon Marsh Service Center HORICON, Wis. – Birding enthusiasts will gather May 9 through 12 at the Department of Natural Resources Horicon Marsh Field Office for the annual Horicon Marsh Bird Festival. This Horicon Marsh gathering is eagerly anticipated by veteran and beginning birders…