|There's not a breath of stale air at the top. You can breathe
deeply and let your mind race off to distant philosophical thoughts. It is kind
of like being in the temple.
There have been numerous coal mines in this region. Wilburton itself is named for Will Burton, a contractor employed to construct the Rock Island Railroad. Less than three miles east of Wilburton on US Highway 270 you will find the Lutie Coalminer's Museum. It is housed in a 1901 coal mining house. Inside you will find furnishings and mining artifacts dating from 1880 to 1903.
|The Park Naturalist maintains recreational and interpretive
programs throughout the year. Oklahoma has a rigorous selective system for
choosing Naturalists for its regions. Not only must they be knowledgeable but
endowed with a native cheerfulness as well. If your group will plan ahead far
enough the Park Naturalist will try very hard to accommodate your special
educational needs -- for example, a presentation on snakes of the area.
Even if you haven't come in a group, or if you can't plan ahead you will find the cheerful staff here helpful and available to help as their time and circumstances permit. How much they know and are willing to impart is truly impressive.
To reinforce the staff's expertise you will find numerous informative placards to help you identify the fauna and flora around you. All of the presentations I saw were in full color. Some of the birds normally found in this area are chickadee, tufted titmouse, scissortail fly catcher, Pileated Woodpecker, purple martin, mockingbird, cardinal, blue jay, gold finch, etc. Larger birds include the turkey vultures, black vultures, wild turkey, and even your endangered Bald Eagles drop into sight once in a while. As you scan the skies don't forget that your young Bald Eagle does not have the decorative white plumage yet.
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