I visited Oklahoma for a few hours in May 2018.
Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge
I spent a couple of hours in this National Wildlife Refuge at dawn. I couldn’t find a Swamp Rabbit – my main target and supposdly common – but did see a Striped Skunk out in an open field an hour after sunrise.
A few minutes later I was surprised to see a Bobcat dash across the road and into some woodland. In the surrounding forest there were many Eastern Fox Squirrels and a single rabbit for a split second, that was most likely an Eastern Cottontail.
We don’t have any reports for this area yet. Please submit one.
Please email me if you have tips for mammal watching in this area.
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