Updates from October, 2009


Watch for Whooping Cranes

October 29th, 2009 | Related Press

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is asking everyone to watch for whooping cranes that will be migrating through the state for the next several weeks. The migrating population, which is less than 270 birds, will pass through the central one-third of the state between […]

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Two Whooping Cranes Arrive; More Expected Next Week

October 28th, 2009 | Related Press

Two endangered whooping cranes arrived at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, a refuge spokeswoman said. “We are behind schedule this year. There is not much to report yet,” Vicki Muller, a wildlife refuge specialist, said via e-mail on Wednesday. She could not comment on the […]

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Water Plan Continues to Cause Ripples

October 19th, 2009 | Related Press

A proposed regional water plan continued to draw the scrutiny of county officials concerned about the future of Victoria County’s water supply. “How can they actually justify that Victoria County is going to be better off?” County Commissioner Kevin Janak asked. “This deeply concerns me.” […]

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