Monarchs on the Move Through Oklahoma

A femalel monarch left, and male (note black “bump” on the stripe on lower hindwing) crowd onto Cowpen daisies in South Tulsa County Friday afternoon. Photo by Kelly JBostian / KJBOutdoors Front edge of migration arrives, weather front could bring more late this week By Kelly Bostian, for the CCOF — Monarch Watch Conservation Specialist Sandra Schwinn put the butterfly migration picture in sharp focus Friday. “They seem to be suddenly coming out of the woodwork,” she said. Fall migration pulses of the iconic and endangered butterflies winging from North America to Mexico typically are tied to northerly winds and…

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Honor

HONOR…DAR Washita Chapter recently presented General Thomas P. Stafford with a Quilt of Valor. Pictured are Evelyn Hart, General Thomas Stafford, Carol Ann Batterton and

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Honored

HONORED…On Monday, November 21, 2022, the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washita Chapter presented Lt. General Thomas P Stafford with a Quilt of Valor at

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