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Above: Oklahoma Tribes dancing in Anadarko.
Fast Facts About Oklahoma
1. The official state flower of Oklahoma is the Mistletoe.
2. The official state tree of Oklahoma is the Redbud.
3. The official state bird of Oklahoma is the Scissor-tailed Flycatcher.
4. Oklahoma is home to 60 State Parks.
5. The state of Oklahoma is divided into four geographical
regions: Northeast, Southeast, Central and Western.
7. The ten largest cities in Oklahoma (by population size) are Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow, Lawton, Edmond, Moore, Midwest City, Enid and Stillwater, in that order.
8. Oklahoma has 15 public universities.
The state of Oklahoma has more federally recognized Native American tribes than any other state except California.
Above: Medicine Park, Oklahoma.
Above: Turner Falls.
Oklahoma National Parks
Quachita National Forest
Fort Sill National Historic Site
Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge
Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge
Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge
Washita National Wildlife Refuge
Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters
Little River National Wildlife Area
Cameron University, Lawton
East Central University, Ada
Langston University, Langston
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah
Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Alva
Oklahoma Panhandle State, Goodwell
Oklahoma State University, Okmulgee
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
Rogers State University, Claremore
Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Durant
Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford
University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City
University of Oklahoma, Norman
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Chickasha
Below: The Gaillardia Golf & Country Club in Oklahoma City
is a popular active retirement community.
Photo credit: kfor.com
Below: A view of Oklahoma City.
Photo credit: wanderingphoto.com
Above: The 11th Street Bridge over the Arkansas River to Tulsa.
Photo Credit: quicksharp.com
Above: Sun setting somewhere over central Oklahoma.
Photo Credit: chadlonius.mobi
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