Educational Field Days

The Oklahoma Natural Areas Registry is hosting a new series of free Educational Field Days highlighting topics of interest to land conservationists.  Field days will appeal to landowners interested in maintaining natural diversity on their property and people interested in learning more about managing land for wildlife habitat.  These events will also be an opportunity for the public to visit registered natural areas that are not normally open for visitation.  Each event will include speakers with expertise in management, conservation, or ecology.

Field Day 2019

Seeds & Cedars – November 24th

Past Field Days 2018

Copperhead Ridge Registered Natural Area, Pawnee County – June 16th

Native Seed Collection Workshop, Prairie Crossroads Natural Area, Osage County – September 15th

Pollinator Meadow Planting, OU Biological Station – December 15th


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The Registry Program

The Oklahoma Natural Areas Registry encourages citizen-based conservation of Oklahoma’s natural diversity through a voluntary land preservation program that promotes awareness of rare species, natural communities, and important geologic features.

The Oklahoma Natural Areas Registry is a program of the Oklahoma Biological Survey, a research unit of the University of Oklahoma.


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For questions about the Registry Program or Field Days.