Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
. . . Coming Out of the Dark
Wildlife Diversity Contributions Aid Bats and Other Wildlife
Oklahoma's Wildlife Diversity Program assists in managing and protecting this
state's bats, as well as more than 800 other species of wildlife. Some of the
Program's accomplishments include:
- Placing protective gates over caves used by endangered gray bats.
- Monitoring bat populations and surveying areas containing endangered bats.
- Surveying bat populations in southeastern Oklahoma.
- Re-establishing a nesting population of bald eagles and enhancing viewing
- Establishing bluebird nestbox trails and encouraging citizen involvement.
- Educating the public through outdoor classrooms, public workshops and
To support the Wildlife Diversity Program, "Search for the Scissortail"
on your state tax form and make a tax-deductible contribution. Even if you
don't receive a tax refund, you can still send a donation directly to the
Wildlife Diversity Program at the above address.
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