file:///Y|/News_Letters/Newsletters/Wildside/October%20WildSide.htm[10/12/2012 8:11:40 AM]
From: Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation [firstname.lastname@example.org] on
behalf of Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation [email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2012 11:19 AM
Subject: October WildSide: How to save freshwater turtles and leftover pumpkins!
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Well, it's a bittersweet time now that the 2012 Wildlife Expo has come and gone. I
want to say thank you on behalf of the entire Wildlife Department to all of the
generous sponsors, wonderful volunteers and lastly, the amazing attendees. We
could not do this event if it weren't for all of you, and for that, we are grateful.
The weather has cooled, so there's no excuse to stay indoors! The holiday
seasons are soon to be in full swing, which is a great time to take the family on a
staycation. From driving the Great Plains Trail to walking beautiful hiking trails in
state parks and wildlife refuges, or even taking a stroll through a city park while
taking in the charcoaled aroma of fried wild turkey and venison, this is a heartfelt
time of year to share with loved ones.
Don't know where to go? Visit travelok.com for many suggestions on low-cost,
convenient trips around the state and find a map of the Great Plains Trail on
Send us your family's outdoor holiday photos to be featured in this newsletter,
"Outdoor Oklahoma" magazine and television show, or on our social media sites!
Connect with us!
Wildlife Diversity Information Specialist