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Katelyn Howard

After over 30 years as a DJ, David Kelso has become a familiar voice to many Oklahomans. 

Tess Elliot, creator of the app nOaks.
Tess Elliot

A new augmented reality app transforms 30 locations around the Oklahoma City metro area into a virtual Cross Timber woodland in an effort to reintroduce native ecology to the region. 

The Magicicada cassini cicada species is the only member of Brood VIII, a group recently documented for the first time in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Cicadas

A group of colorful cicadas has been documented for the first time in the state. Naturalist Robert Sanders explains what these insects are and how you can hear them.

A new documentary film out in IMAX theaters introduces us to the world of lemurs. The tree-dwelling primates are one of our closest ancestors and only live in Madagascar.

Narrated by Morgan Freeman, “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar,” shows us the lives of lemurs and those who research them. Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson talks with two of the people behind the film, screenwriter Drew Fellman and primatologist Dr. Patricia Wright.

World Views: September 27, 2013

Sep 27, 2013

Over the last decade, the foreign-born population in Mexico has nearly doubled, and the country is turning into an immigrant destination. Suzette Grillot talks with University of Oklahoma Latin America scholar Alan McPherson about the new dynamics of migration in our southern neighbor.

Later, a conversation with environmental journalist Emma Marris. She writes about “assisted migration” - deliberately helping plants and animals colonize new habitats.

Emma Marris / Tumblr

Environmentally-conscious waste disposal has been a mainstream movement for nearly half-a-decade, but journalist Emma Marris says conservation in the modern era can go beyond the mantra of “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.”