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The Museum of the Red River in Idabel displays the reconstructed skeleton of a dinosaur, Acrocanthosaurus atokensis, discovered only 12 miles from the museum.
A two-year old American Alligator at Red Slough Wildlife Management Area in Idabel.
A fully-articulated Acrocanthosaurus atokensis skeleton is displayed at the Museum of the Red River in Idabel.  The specimen was unearthed just 12 miles from the museum.
A Snowy Egret shows off plumage as it wades in the shallow waters of Red Slough Wildlife Management near Idabel.
A Roseate spoonbill takes flight from the water at Red Slough Wildlife Management Area near Idabel in southeast Oklahoma.
A Common Snipe snags a snail in the wetlands of Red Slough Wildlife Management Area near Idabel.
A King Rail feeds on a crayfish at Red Slough Wildlife Management Area near Idabel in southeast Oklahoma.
A Double-crested Cormorant soaks up some sunshine at Red Slough Wildlife Management Area near Idabel in southeast Oklahoma.  Red Slough supports over 300 species of birds as well as Oklahoma's only alligator population.
The Museum of the Red River in Idabel features antiquities from around the globe, as well as the local area.
Hackberry Flat and Red Slough offer some of the state’s best opportunities for viewing waterfowl.
The Red Slough Wildlife Management Area near Idabel is a unique wetlands area in southeastern Oklahoma.  It is home to unique bird species such as the roseate spoonbill, purple gallinule and the black-bellied whistling duck, as well as Oklahoma's only alligators.
Red Slough near Idabel in southeastern Oklahoma is a premier watchable wildlife area featuring close to 300 bird species within its 5,814 acres of marshes, wetlands, lakes and forests.  This is the only area in Oklahoma where alligators are found.
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