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2001-2002 Field Trips and Events


September 8, Saturday
Field Trip. Lake Keystone, Osage Beach and Walnut Creek State Park. Meet 7:30 a.m. Tulsa Garden Center. Bring lunch, water. Leader: Bob Harwood, 496-2933.


October 13-14
Field Trip. Joint outing with Sierra Club, Greenleaf State Park. 


October 19-21
Oklahoma Ornithological Society fall meeting at Fri.-Sun. Oklahoma State University, Stillwater. For information, contact Marty Kamp 494-8978, e-mail,


October 26-28
Field Trip. Salt Plains NWR and surrounding Fri.-Sun. area in Alfalfa County for fall migrants and early winter visitors. Leader: Marty Kamp 494-8978, email


November 10, Saturday
Field Trip. Sooner Lake for loons and waterfowl and winter residents. Leader: Jim Thayer, 494-3784.


December 8, Saturday
Field Trip. North prairies for a twilight owl watch. Leader: Patty Moser, 252-2824.


December 15, Saturday
Christmas Bird Count. Tulsa Audubon Society will participate in the National Audubon Society 102nd annual count. For information, contact Jo Loyd, 835-2946.



January 12, Saturday
Eagle Days. Meet between 8 and 10 a.m. in the parking lot of the Watchable Wildlife Area, east of Corps of Engineers Office on the north side of the Arkansas River at Lake Keystone dam. For information contact Aline Romero, 742-8366.


January 20, Sunday
Eagle Days. See January 12 for time and place


January 21, Monday
Oxley Nature Center Winter Census. To participate contact Lynda Fritts, 669-6649.


February 9, Saturday
Field Trip. Strayhorn Landing area on Tenkiller Lake for loons and waterfowl. Leader: Jim Arterburn, 481-5077.


February 16, Saturday
Garage Sale. Fund raiser. Watch newsletter for details. Organizer: Gail Storey, 742-2684.


March 16, Saturday
Field Trip. Lake Claremore for waterfowl and migrants. Leader: Lynda Fritts, 669-6649.


April 20-21
Field Trip. Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge Sat.-Sun. for spring migrants and summer residents. Leaders: Bill Foster, 663-0973, and Gail Storey, 742-2684.


The Wichita Mountains compose one of the oldest mountain ranges in the United States. The granite and quartz peaks are strewn with weathered boulders in soft pink, gold, and blue tints. The refuge was established as a game preserve in 1905 by President Theodore Roosevelt. It is located 25 miles northwest of Lawton, OK and includes about 60,000 acres. It is now one of the jewels of the National Wildlife Refuge System. The scenery is stunning. In the spring, the mountainsides are blanketed by wildflowers. In addition, the refuge features a herd of about 500 bison. This herd is the result of one of the earliest efforts to save the bison from extinction. The refuge is also home to a herd of purebred longhorn cattle. A large prairie dog town is another popular feature. The visitor's center holds many fascinating exhibits. Join Tulsa Audubon Society for a delightful overnight field trip. We will be looking for spring migrants. We will leave on Friday, April 19 and spend that night and Saturday night at a motel in Lawton. For those who wish to drive down on Saturday, we will have cell phones to facilitate meeting at the refuge. For information call Gail Storey (742-2684) or Bill Foster (663-0973).

April 27, Saturday
Field Trip. Spavinaw Creek, Delaware Co., for spring migrants. Meet 8 a.m. Langley, OK, Reasor's parking lot at junction of SH 82 & 28. Leader: Pat Seibert, 747-4202. Cell phone, 798-1071.


May 4, Saturday
Big Day Count. Tulsa Audubon Society annual county-wide census of migrant and resident species. Organizer: Jo Loyd, 835-2946.


May 11, Saturday
Oxley Nature Center Spring Census in conjunction with International Migratory Bird Day. For information, contact Lynda Fritts, 669-6649.


May 17-20
Field Trip. Black Mesa State Park, Cimarron Co. and surrounding area, for western spring migrants. Leader: Jo Loyd, 835-2946.


June 1, Saturday
Field Trip. Grand Lake birding. Meet at the GRDA headquarters at west end of dam on SH28 in Langley 8:30 a.m.. Leader: Elaine Renning, 742-8963


June 8-10, Sat-Mon
Field Trip. Red Slough WMA, McCurtain County for marsh birds with Dave Arbour. Leader: Bob Germany, 272-2505.


July 13, Saturday
Field Trip. A combination trip to Martin Nature Center in Oklahoma City and the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History in Norman. Leaders: Gail Storey, 742-2684, and Lynda Fritts, 669-6649.


August 17, Saturday
Field Trip. Natural Falls State Park (formerly Dripping Springs) an oasis for summer birds on the Oklahoma-Arkansas border. For time, place, and details, contact Lynda Fritts, 669-6649 or 341-7431.



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