OKLAHOMA PHOTOS

This gallery of Oklahoma photos will immerse you in the state's rich visual experience. With over a thousand Oklahoma photos, you'll find images of everything from rugged landscapes and iconic buffalo herds to top tourist attractions and the soaring skylines of Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Click on any thumbnail to launch the photo viewer and browse beautiful Oklahoma photos. Or, use the search bar at the bottom of the page to find pictures by category and search for photos by keywords.

A pair of doves rest on a limb together on a cold winter day in Harrah.  Oklahoma provides a wide variety of bird watching opportunities across the state.
A brightly colored cardinal announces himself on a winter day in Coweta.  Oklahoma is a bird watcher's paradise with several designated wildlife refuges that are home to hundreds of species including rare birds like the Lesser Prairie Chicken and migratory birds on the Central Flyway.
Fort Gibson Lake becomes a bird watcher's paradise each fall during the annual winter migration of the American White Pelicans.
Geese search for a meal at the water's edge of Lake Hefner in northwest Oklahoma City as the wet sand forms a mirror-like surface.
A Yellow-crowned Night heron watches the waters along the shore of Lake Thunderbird in Norman looking for a meal.
A heron rests on a perch watching the waters and waiting for a tasty meal to swim by at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge.
Snow geese cross the road at Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Vian where a wide variety of other migratory birds also make their winter home.
Snow geese congregate during winter at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge near Vian in eastern Oklahoma.
Wild turkeys and deer feed together at Lake Humphreys in Duncan.
A hawk soars over Lake Thunderbird State Park in Norman where a variety of wildlife can be found.
A lone egret perches atop a stump in the shallows of Lake Eufaula.
A bald eagle perches on a limb in the Ouachita National Forest near Talihina. Bald eagles are a common sight in Oklahoma during winter months.
A rare Lesser Prairie Chicken flies over the Selman Ranch in northwest Oklahoma. The guest ranch attracts birders and hunters, as well as those who just want to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
A Lesser Prairie Chicken lands at the Selman Ranch in Buffalo. The rare birds use the ranch as a booming grounds for their mating rituals. The 14,000-acre ranch in northwest Oklahoma is a birder's and hunter's paradise.
The Selman Ranch in Buffalo is home to many beautiful birds like this Yellow-throated longclaw. This 14,000-acre northwest Oklahoma ranch features 10 miles of creek bottom land with gently rolling sagebrush-covered hills that support a variety of watchable wildlife.
This male Lesser Prairie Chicken struts at the Selman Ranch in northwestern Oklahoma.  Visitors come from around the globe to watch these rare birds on their native booming grounds.
A great blue heron fishes in the streams of Beavers Bend State Park in southeastern Oklahoma.
Hackberry Flat and Red Slough offer some of the state’s best opportunities for viewing waterfowl.
The Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge near Jet may be the best place in the state to see the American white pelican, which stops here on its spring and fall migrations.
The Lesser Prairie Chicken, frequently spotted in northwestern Oklahoma, is a rare birder's treat.  This bird was spotted in Buffalo.
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