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News

Citizen Science interview

Sutton Center senior biologist Dan Reinking was recently interviewed for Playa Country Radio, a wildlife radio program that airs in western Oklahoma and portions of adjacent states. The topic was "citizen science," and specifically how volunteers help conduct a large scale annual bird s...read more »

Injured eagle healed and released

A Bald Eagle we banded and attached a satellite transmitter to as a youngster in 2012 was injured last fall in Minnesota. After a lengthy rehabilitation at the University of Minesota's Raptor Center, this eagle was recently released and we are again tracking her movements. View her map, as we...read more »

Best paper award honors to Sutton employee

At the recent annual meeting of the International Association of Avian Trainers and Educators in Dallas, Sutton Center Director of Education Ryan VanZant’s presentation entitled “Peeping Tom: An Intimate Look Into the Lives of Bald Eagles” received the High Flyer Award.  Th...read more »

2014 Sutton Awards

The 2014 Sutton Scholarship Award application is now available on page http://www.suttoncenter.org/pages/sutton_scholarship_awards. Open to Oklahoma high school students grades 10-12, this contest provides scholarship funds for original art and essays which communicate a current conservation mess...read more »

Sutton director interviewed about wind energy

Sutton Center Executive Director Dr. Steve Sherrod was recently interviewed regarding wind energy turbines and birds by the Osage Nation, which is concerned about proposed wind energy development in Osage County and how it could affect eagles. You can see the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch...read more »

Sutton Center receives Hamerstrom award!

The Sutton Center was recently honored to receive the Hamerstrom Award for “exemplary contributions to prairie grouse conservation." Bestowed by the Prairie Grouse Techinical Council, an international organization of North American grouse biologists, the award is given only every two y...read more »

Sooner Lake eagles leave nest area

The two eaglets featured on our Sooner Lake nest camera for most of 2013 have left the nest area. You can track their progress as well as the movements of 10 other eagles on our eagle tracking page at http://www.suttoncenter.org/pages/eagle_tracking. ...read more »

Wild Brew 2013 in Tulsa!

It's Wild Brew season! The Sutton Center's biggest annual fundraiser and Tulsa's premier summer beer and food tasting event is coming up on July 27. Great music, food from many of Tulsa's best restaurants, and beer samples from around the world all contribute to the fun this event...read more »

Sutton Scholarship funds and nature art

Each year, the Sutton Center and NatureWorks, along with other sponsors, offer scholarship funds to Oklahoma high school students who use art to communicate information about a current conservation topic. Winning student entries from this year's contest will be on display at the NatureWorks W...read more »

Wild Brew 2012

The Sutton Center's annual Wild Brew fundraiser was July 28 in Tulsa. Attendees sample food from some of Tulsa's best restaurantsand taste beers from around the world. Visit www.wildbrew.org for more information, and visit the next event in the summer of 2013. ...read more »

Celebrate Grouse!

The Sutton Center is proud to have assisted with a new book dedicated to grassland grouse conservation that was recently completed by photographer Noppadol Paothong and writer Joel M. Vance. Stunning photographs of these amazing and threatened birds call attention to their plight as well as their...read more »

National Geographic photographer's trip

National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore, who photographed the Sutton Center's Bald Eagle project for the November 1992 issue of the magazine, and who has also participated as the featured speaker in two of our Sutton Natural History Forum programs at Oklahoma high schools, is working on a new ...read more »

Eagles hatch

Eggs at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge Bald Eagle nest have recently hatched. You can view live video of the nest on our nest camera page....read more »

Sutton Scholarship Awards open

The annual Sutton Scholarship Awards art contest is now open! Visit the Education section of our site for more information. Entries are due in Tulsa by February 10, 2012....read more »

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Wild Brew fundraiser!

The Sutton Center's largest annual fundraiser is coming up on July 30 in Tulsa. Visit wildbrew.org for more information about the fantastic food from Tulsa restaurants that you can sample, and the many beers from North America and around the world that you can try as well! Both general admission tic...read more »

Eagle tracking on TV

Our eagle tracking project was featured on KOTV (channel 6 in Tulsa) on April 20. The story is available by clicking here....read more »

A second eagle nest cam!

Our nest camera prgram has expanded to include a second Bald Eagle nest thanks to Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge near Vian, Oklahoma. Watch live online at our nest cam page....read more »

Sutton eagle tracking story on TV

The Sutton Center's Bald Eagle satellite tracking project was featured on Tulsa's KOTV channel 6 TV station. Watch the video....read more »

Track Bald Eagles!

Now you can track the movements of two Oklahoma Bald Eagles!...read more »

Redesigned Sutton Center website!

Welcome to our redesigned website!...read more »

Oklahoma Lesser Prairie-Chicken sightings requested

The Sutton Center is seeking observations of Lesser Prairie-Chickens in northwestern Oklahoma as we conduct an ambitious survey for them this year. You can report your sightings by clicking here....read more »