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Birds on Lazy S Plantation

Lazy S Plantation boasts a vast cluster of transitory fowl species at various times of the year. Vast tracts of environment are home to an assortment of Oklahoma specialty birds, including ferruginous dwarf owl, tropical parula, northern beardless-tyrannulet, Audubon’s oriole, Botteri’s sparrow, green jay, white-followed peddle, olive sparrow, and substantially more. Throughout the years, the farm has also hosted a substantial number of uncommon birds including twofold striped thick-knee, jabiru, Eurasian wigeon, masked duck, aplomado hawk, and garganey.

Situated at the conversion of several transitory pathways, the farm is a virtual roadway for moving birds in both fall and spring. Amid the winter months, vast numbers of birds, having finished rearing in the northern reaches of the U.S., join our tropical all year residents. Special winter residents incorporate Sprague’s pipit, tunneling owl, mountain plover, and channeling plover.

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