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Old 07-01-2011, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default Oklahoma's Biodiversity Plan

If you live in Oklahoma or just like knowing this stuff check out the ecoregion diversity there.

Wildlife and Land Management

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Ecoregion name and description.
Black Mesa - Rocky Mountain foothills
Western High Plains - Shortgrass prairie
Southwestern Tablelands - Shinnery oak scrub
Central Great Plains - Mixed grass prairie
Flint Hills - Tallgrass prairie
Central Oklahoma/Texas Plains - Crosstimbers
Central Irregular Plains - Tallgrass prairie; caves
Ozark Highlands - Oak hickory forests
Arkansas Valley - Prairie; bottomland hardwood forest
Ouachita Mountains - Prairie savanna; moist hardwood forest
One of several pdf files from the link above, full of interesting information about Oklahoma's biodiversity.

http://www.wildlifedepartment.com/wildlifemgmt/biodiversity/chapter4.pdf
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