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Animals, Critters and Wildflowers in Oklahoma

Updated on November 11, 2014

Wildlife and Wildflowers in Oklahoma

green snake
green snake | Source
wild turkeys
wild turkeys | Source
little white flowers
little white flowers | Source
sunflowers | Source
sunflower | Source
wild turkeys
wild turkeys | Source
cows in a pasture
cows in a pasture | Source

Oklahoma Flowers and Critters

I love Oklahoma, it's a wonderful state. My parents in law lived there for a while, so we made many visits there.

Here, are some sunflowers I found out in the wild there as well as some little daisy types of flowers.  I love the breeze and wind in Oklahoma. My mother in law collects wind chimes, which sound beautiful when the breeze kicks up. She has to quiet them with rubber bands, if it gets too windy though. The countryside, the views and the sky are remarkable. We were mostly in the country, not in the bigger cities on our visits. We were able to ride horses there and go fishing a few times as well. One of the times after fishing, we had a fish fry, and the whole family had such a great time.

Here are some of the things we encountered while there. In the pictures, you can see a green colored snake in the flower garden. Also, we saw some turkeys, which our beagle loved to chase around, it was so cute.

Probably one of my favorite pictures is the one of the cows in the grass. Its a great image and brings back memories of times there. We loved the little country churches there as well. We went to a Sunday supper at one of the churches, it was a potluck and all had a good time.

As I find out exactly what kind of snake that was, I will share for sure. The butterflies and moths loved the flowers that grew in the flower garden. Especially the zinnias, and another succulent plant that had lots of flowers.

If you have never been to Oklahoma, I hope this hub helps you to get a little feel what this part of the United States has to offer.  Thank you for stopping by.

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    • oceansnsunsets profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from The Midwest, USA

      I do too Phoenix, are the turkeys wonderful? We have some wild turkeys where I live, and they are always a joy to see walking around. Very interesting creatures for sure!

    • PhoenixV profile image


      7 years ago from USA

      Love the turkey photos!


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