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    • Oklahoma Historical Society--Periodicals.; Oklahoma--History--Periodicals.
    • Weekly Email Newsletter; Keep up to date with events, news and developments at the Oklahoma Historical Society with our weekly newsletter delivered straight to your inbox.; Produced by the Membership and Development Office of the Oklahoma...
    • Questline, 07/02/2013

    • Building Oklahoma's Talent Pipeline in Advanced Manufacturing, Aerospace, Transportation and Logistics; Justifying Capital Equipment: It's Not As Simple As You Think; Taming Voltage Spikes in Variable Frequently Drive Motors; New Standards Will...
    • The wildside, 08/13/2013

    • Chicken Turtles and Crawfish Frogs by Rori Buresh; FBI Honors 3 Oklahoma Game Wardens by Don P. Brown; Wildlife Expo to Return in 2014; Bats of Oklahoma Poster Now Available Online;
    • The wildside, 03/28/2013

    • A Day at the Wetlands: Hackberry Flat day by Melynda Hickman; Underwater World in Southwest Oklahoma [Brandon Brown]; Festival of the Bats: Oklahoma Bat Wing-Ding! [Alabaster Caverns State Park]; WildCare Foundation Open House; Understanding...
    • Upland update, 08/03/2012

    • Quail Update Stages of habitat succession and how it affects upland birds; Prairie Chicken Update The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation recently conducted Lesser Prairie Chicken (LEPC) field surveys to get a better understanding of the...
    • Upland update, 05/30/2012

    • Quail Update Has anyone been heaving the familiar call of the bobwhite? It is also a good time to start listening for calling males.; Prairie Chicken Update Oklahoma City Zoo volunteers will be helping the Wildlife Department complete lesser...
    • The wildside, 05/01/2013

    • It's that time again to watch for scissortails! Scissor-tailed flycatchers are now in Oklahoma for the summer after migrating north from the tropics. Oklahoma is one of only seven states in which the birds nest.; Bat Watches Are Back; Prairie After...
    • WildSide, 05/2012

    • As you know, migration is in full swing. You may spot a bird new to you.; Protecting the Nest Imagine if you got paid to climb 30 to 40 foot trees in beautiful, southeastern Oklahoma.
    • WildSide, 07/2012

    • Sugar at Bedtime; Nesting Habits of a Black Vulture by Brandon Brown; Summer Eats Catfish Cakes; Constituents' Corner Picture Perfect [picture of Eastern collared lizard, photo by Mark Suttles outside his home in Enid]
    • Upland update, 04/20/2012

    • Quail Update Oklahoma State University has begun the research effort on two of the best remaining quail habitat public land areas in the nation - Packsaddle and Beaver River wildlife management areas.; Prairie Chicken Update Oil and Gas Industry...
    • Upland update, 05/16/2012

    • Quail Update OSU Quail Symposium to Address Declining Quail Populations; Prairie Chicken Update The Wildlife Department is also involved in the range wide aerial survey effort the lesser prairie chicken. The range wide aerial survey is being...
    • The wildside, 07/11/2013

    • Insect Adventure camp; Take a Look on the Dry Side, by Melynda Hickman; Technician Earns Feather in His Cap for His Work with Bird Wings by Don P. Brown [Jeff Neal]; Welcome, Commissioner robert S. Hughes, by Michael Bergin;
    • Upland update, 07/23/2012

    • Oklahoma's Severe Weather Impacts Nesting Birds In addition to predation, quail and other ground nesting birds re susceptible to Oklahoma's notorious severe weathers. As heavy rains and flash flooding raise water levels and fill farm ponds, nests...
    • Wildside, 10/2012

    • Freshwater Turtle Time by Michael Bergin; Winter Wildflowers; DIY Pumpkin Bird Feeder; American White Pelican Migration; Picture Perfect [Mike Langille];
    • The wildside, 06/17/2013

    • Our hearts and prayers go out to all affected by the storms that blew through Oklahoma in May. It is always such a joy to see the strength of Oklahomans coming together, especially in wake of disaster.; Copperhead Snake; A Time for Snakes: Common...
    • Upland update, 04/30/2012

    • Quail Update ODWC Sends Samples to Assist in Quail Genetics Research; Prairie Chicken Update Now is the lesser prairie chicken survey period which runs from the end of March to the middle of May.
    • The WildSide, 11/2012

    • This time of the year is known for reflecting and sharing radition. And this winter, the Wildlife Department asks you to start (or continue) the tradition of giving back to wildlife by participating in the 2013 Winter Bird Feeder Survey.; A Sleepy...
    • Upland update, 08/15/2013

    • Western Governors urge USFWS to approve state conservation mechanism for lesser prairie-chicken; Wildlife Commission accepts generous donation from 8934 Chapter of Quail Forever
    • The WildSide, 02/28/2013

    • Baby Fever [great horned owls]; Reader's Photography Showcase is Back by Michael Bergin; Get Your 2013 Donor Patch; Dry Spells Nothing New for State by Rod Smith; Calling all ladies [frogs and toads];
    • The WildSide, 12/2012

    • You know that burning sensation you get in your ears when someone is talking about you? Well, I think a single, subadult male whooping crane had that feeling a few weeks ago, so he paid us an early visit to Lake Overholser.; Rare Bird Pays an Early...
    • Questline, 09/04/2013

    • Latest Consumer Product Safety Standard Provides Traceability; New Research Centers Advance Manufacturing Technology; How Do They Do That? Transient Electronics; Ten Strategies for Building a Resilient Supply Chain;
    • Council matters, 11/04/2013

    • Gov. Fallin to Speak at Next Council Meeting; Council Members Receive Presentations & Hold Discussion; Gov. Fallin Names Larry Parman Secretary of Commerce and Director of the Department of Commerce; Oklahoma Closing Achievement Gap for Minorities...
    • Council matters, 12/05/2013

    • Governor's Council Will Meet Quarterly Beginning in 2014; Executive Committee Approves Annual Report; Program Helps Oklahomans Get Out of Crime & Into Workforce; NAEP Scores Show Oklahoma Students up in Three Areas, Still Behind Nation; Higher...
    • Council matters, 06/12/2014

    • Governor's Council Will Meet July 18 at Different Location; NPR Examines College for Free in Tulsa; State Unemployment Rate Falls Further; Incentive WorkKeys Job Profiles Now Available;
    • Council matters, 05/15/2014

    • Next Governor's Council Meeting Planned for July 18 or 25; Workforce Oklahoma Partners Conference a Success; GE Breaks Ground on New Facility, Announces Partnership with Devon Energy; State Unemployment Rate Drops to 4.9%; Incentive WorkKeys Job...
    • Council matters, 03/10/2014

    • Register for the Annual Workforce Oklahoma Partners Conference; Next Council Meeting to Further Address Dashboard, Wealth Creation; Tulsa Seeks Input for Workforce Analysis Project; Tulsa Receives $250,000 Grant for Workforce Development; L-3...
    • Council matters, 04/10/2014

    • Council Briefed on System Dashboard, Wealth Creation; Register for the Annual Workforce Oklahoma Partners Conference May 7-9; State Unemployment Rate Down to 5.0%; Incentive WorkKeys Job Profiles Now Available;
    • Questline, 05/01/2013

    • Factory of the Future: Robotics Machining; Making a Case for Distributed Generation; Designing Customer Satisfaction with Quality Function Deployment; Sustainable Business Practices: Reducing Waste;
    • Council matters, 07/28/2014

    • Governor's Council Receives Updates on Projects; Oklahoma Greenovation Touted as National Success; President Signs Overhaul of Nation's Job Training Programs; Tulsa Workforce Analysis Plan Released; Oklahoma Adds 9,600 Jobs in June;
    • Questline, 03/05/2013

    • Reduce Costs and Improve Compliance with Product Sustainability; Demand Management: An Important Link in the Lean Value chain; Is Enterprise Resource Planning right for Your Business?; Energy Savings: Small Business Success Stories;
    • Council matters, 09/30/2013

    • Next Counciil Meeting Friday, October 4; Career Pathways Conference a Success; OSUIT Dedicates New Natural Gas Training Center; Oklahoma Unemployment Rate Stays at 5.3%; Edmond Music Teacher Named 2014 State Teacher of the Year;
    • Questline, 06/04/2013

    • Innovation: Creating Profitable Growth for U.S. Manufacturers; Getting It There: Just-in-Time Delivery; On-Machine Verification Brings New Meaning to Quality Control; Expanding Your Business; Exploring Grants and Loans;


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