OKLAHOMA PHOTOS

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This stunning sunset was photographed by visitors to Great Salt Plains State Park in northwest Oklahoma.  Great Salt Plains State Park offers access to an amazingly diverse landscape including salt flats where guests dig for selenite crystals, Great Salt Plains Lake and a trail system known for great birding opportunities.
Imagine Parker Franklin's surprise when he unearthed this massive selenite crystal cluster at the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge.
A doe slips into the woods at Great Salt Plains State Park in northern Oklahoma.
RV camping is available right on the lake at Great Salt Plains State Park in Jet.
A deer is naturally camoflauged among the trees in this winter landscape at Great Salt Plains State Park in northern Oklahoma.
Spectacular sunsets are just one of the many winter attractions at Great Salt Plains State Park near Jet.
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.
Great Salt Plains State Park was formed by an ancient inland sea that dried up eons ago.  Visitors will marvel at the sight of this barren landscape and also enjoy digging for crystals from April through October.
Great Salt Plains State Park in northern Oklahoma offers the whole family the chance to dig in the salt-crusted sand and find treasure troves of rare hourglass-shaped selenite crystals.
Great Salt Plains State Park in northern Oklahoma offers unusual outdoor family adventures.  Visitors can dig for rare hourglass-shaped selenite crystals.  They can also hike, enjoy the lake, go birding and camp here.
This may look like a frozen lake, but it is in fact part of Great Salt Plains State Park near Jet.  The area was once part of a vast inland sea which dried up, leaving salt deposits.  Visitors can dig for crystals from April through October.
Great Salt Plains State Park near Jet offers an amazing diversity of nature ranging from a brackish water lake to barren salt plains.  The lake offers boating and fishing and the adjacent state park allows digging for selenite crystals.
Pelicans congregate at the water's edge in Great Salt Plains State Park near Jet.  Pelicans migrate through Oklahoma in the fall and visit the Great Salt Plains on their way.
The Great Salt Plains State Park near Jet is a popular stop for American White Pelicans in the fall season.
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