Leann Bunn talks about the sustainability of eagle nests at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge near Vian, a bald eagle conservation site.
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In 1782, when the bald eagle was placed on the Great Seal of the U.S., the majestic raptor also became the national bird. By 1963, the DTD poisoning and other factors had brought the bird to the brink of extinction. But stringent regulations gave it a chance at a comeback – and now, many nesting pairs can be seen in Northeast Oklahoma.
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Pat L. Garvin of Chickasha, Oklahoma recently passed away at home surrounded by loving family members after an extended illness. Pat was born Patsy Laverne Morris to Melvin J. Morris Sr. and Laura Ethel Robinson Morris in 1933 in Stecker, Oklahoma . She was raised in Cement, Oklahoma. She at…
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