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23 April 2015 - Lincoln's Sparrow

This was an interesting case. I received a message late morning yesterday (thank you, OSU undergrad Cassandra Rodenbaugh) that there was a dead Lincoln’s Sparrow at the Noble Research Center in a highly conspicuous location. 377 more words

21 April 2015 - no casualties, but a surprised potential scavenger

I was able to walk right past this curled up sleeping kitty cat on the north side of the NRC today.  It only took notice of me after I walked away and returned with the camera at the ready. 65 more words

More Photography

Posting another photography blog because I have a lot of pictures. These are among my favorite shots mainly because I love taking pictures of flowers and nature; especially on cloudy days because it makes colors just pop and very vibrant. 

Agricultural Communications

Remember the Ten Run Race Recap

On January 27, 2001, ten members of the Oklahoma State University basketball team perished in a plane crash. It was an tragic event that rocked the small university community as well as the entire state. 604 more words

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Wheat disease update - 17 April 2015

Wheat disease updates are written by Dr. Bob Hunger, OSU Extension Plant Pathologist

Oklahoma:  This past week has been wet and cool across most of Oklahoma, which has greatly helped the wheat but also should lead to more foliar diseases – especially stripe and leaf rust.  392 more words

Wheat

Avery, Blair and Johnson sign National Letters of Intent

Kodee Avery, Southwest Oklahoma State University

Snow Canyon’s Kodee Avery, the setter for the state champions, signed her National Letter of Intent to play at Southwest Oklahoma State University (Weatherford, Oklahoma) next season. 620 more words

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Thank you Freshman Year

Dear Freshman Year of College,

I don’t know whether to love or hate you, but I do know that you have put me through a lot. 751 more words

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