In 1930, the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge was established as a refuge and breeding ground for birds and for use as a sanctuary for migratory birds. The nearly 33,000-acre refuge is part of the National Wildlife Refuge System.
My friend Holly and I had been planning to visit the area for the past year, but both of our schedules kept us from making the trek. With summer vacation coming to a close for her two boys, we finally decided to head over to the other side of Oklahoma and do some digging. Here’s what to consider if you find yourself digging for crystals in the future!!