Ottawa County Conservation District

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Operating as usual

Something is going on.....pollinator habitat project in the works!
10/09/2020

Something is going on.....pollinator habitat project in the works!

What do you see here?
10/09/2020

What do you see here?

09/17/2020

A chat with Ottawa County Conservation District Director Grant Victor!

"Where Would We Bee Without Pollinators" is the theme of the Ottawa County Conservation District poster contest.  To get...
09/04/2020

"Where Would We Bee Without Pollinators" is the theme of the Ottawa County Conservation District poster contest. To get more information call (918) 542-4576 ext. 3350. Or email [email protected]

Assisting NRCS checking out rubber tire tanks!
09/02/2020

Assisting NRCS checking out rubber tire tanks!

06/29/2020
06/26/2020
06/26/2020
An estimated 1/3 of all foods and beverages is delivered by pollinators!
06/26/2020

An estimated 1/3 of all foods and beverages is delivered by pollinators!

Day 5 of National Pollinators Week!  Pollinators are critical to an ecosystem.  The work of pollinators ensures full har...
06/26/2020

Day 5 of National Pollinators Week! Pollinators are critical to an ecosystem. The work of pollinators ensures full harvests of crops and contributes to healthy plants everywhere.

Day 4 of National Pollinator Week!Keep pollinators' homes safe.  Help make habitat for pollinators.  Take care of a gard...
06/25/2020

Day 4 of National Pollinator Week!
Keep pollinators' homes safe. Help make habitat for pollinators. Take care of a garden. Plant some flowers. When you find a bug in your house, gently take it outside to its natural habitat.

About 75% of all flowering plant species need the help of animals to move their heavy pollen grains from plant to plant ...
06/24/2020

About 75% of all flowering plant species need the help of animals to move their heavy pollen grains from plant to plant for fertilization.

Day 3 of National Pollinator Week!Look, but don't touch! When you see a butterfly, bee, beetle or hummingbird outside, l...
06/24/2020

Day 3 of National Pollinator Week!
Look, but don't touch! When you see a butterfly, bee, beetle or hummingbird outside, look, but don't touch! Pollinators won't hurt you if you leave them alone and are nice to them!

What is pollination? Pollination is a vital stage in the life cycle of all flowering plants.  When pollen is moved withi...
06/23/2020

What is pollination?
Pollination is a vital stage in the life cycle of all flowering plants. When pollen is moved within a flower or carried from one flower to another of the same species it leads to fertilization. This transfer of pollen is necessary for healthy and productive native and agricultural ecosystems.

Day 2 of National Pollinators Week!  To help our pollinators, what can you do?
06/23/2020

Day 2 of National Pollinators Week! To help our pollinators, what can you do?

Ottawa County Conservation District
06/22/2020

Ottawa County Conservation District

06/22/2020
06/22/2020
06/22/2020

Today begins National Pollinator Week. Take time to do something kind for your pollinator friends.
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Pollinators like bugs and birds are small and fragile. It's easy for people to hurt them. Be gentle and quiet when they are near!

Ottawa County Conservation District
06/18/2020

Ottawa County Conservation District

Pollinator week is June 22-28, 2020 Think of things you can do to help our Pollinators!
06/18/2020

Pollinator week is June 22-28, 2020 Think of things you can do to help our Pollinators!

06/18/2020

Birds, bats, bees, butterflies, beetles, and other small mammals that pollinate plants are responsible for bringing us one out of every three bites of food. They also sustain our ecosystems and produce our natural resources by helping plants reproduce.🐦🦇🐝🦋🐞🐜🐭

Keep Oklahoma Beautiful
06/11/2020

Keep Oklahoma Beautiful

Join in on the biggest pollinator party ever!

You are invited to a week of virtual activities to understand the life and purpose of pollinators. See you all there!

To register for this event, visit the link: https://bit.ly/2zjTIHm
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Take a field trip in your yard. See how many of these you find.  It isn't too hard!
06/04/2020

Take a field trip in your yard. See how many of these you find. It isn't too hard!

Ottawa County Conservation District
06/03/2020

Ottawa County Conservation District

Ketch enjoying nature! Thanks to his mom for sharing these awesome pics!
06/03/2020

Ketch enjoying nature! Thanks to his mom for sharing these awesome pics!

Find beauty outside and snap a pic!
04/24/2020

Find beauty outside and snap a pic!

04/21/2020

WHO ARE THE POLLINATORS? Birds, bats, butterflies, moths, flies, beetles, wasps, small mammals, and most importantly, bees are pollinators. They visit flowers to drink nectar or feed off of pollen and transport pollen grains as they move from spot to spot.

Use your camera to capture a picture of a pollinator!

When away from the office looking for life in the soil!
04/07/2020

When away from the office looking for life in the soil!

Can you spy a pollinator?
04/01/2020

Can you spy a pollinator?

You can be a friend to our pollinators!
04/01/2020

You can be a friend to our pollinators!

03/26/2020
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03/26/2020

A few ripples for your day!

Address

630 E. Steve Owens Blvd.
Miami, OK
74354

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:30
Thursday 08:00 - 16:30
Friday 08:00 - 16:30

Telephone

(918) 542-6423

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