Oklahoma’s state parks showcase the best natural beauty Oklahoma has to offer and also hold incredibly unique animals. Here are three to look for:
Collared Lizards: Known as mountain boomers, these beautiful lizards are Oklahoma’s state reptile and have been found at Alabaster Caverns and Gloss Mountain.
Bald Eagles: Oklahoma is a favorite winter spot for bald eagles looking for a warmer climate. They’ve been known to congregate at Keystone State Park and Great Salt Plains State Park.
Jellyfish: A tiny freshwater species of jellyfish has been found in Lake Murray, though they lack the stinging power of saltwater jellyfish.