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One of two newly installed 1,000 horsepower diesel engines aboard Mr. Pat, the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers maintenance vessel.  Mr. Pat is the Tulsa District's tow boat that facilitates the movement of a 150 foot barge, housing a crane used for major repairs on the five lock & dam systems of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System within the Tulsa District.
The return of Mr. Pat
4/6/2016 10:11:00 AM
Captain Kelly Youngblood aboard Mr. Pat on the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System at Lock & Dam 14 near Spiro, Oklahoma.  Mr. Pat is the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tow boat that facilitates the movement of a 150 foot barge, housing a crane used for major repairs on the five lock & dam systems of the MKARNS within the Tulsa District.
The return of Mr. Pat
4/6/2016 10:09:00 AM
The newly refurbished Mr. Pat floats, tied to a barge on the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System at Lock & Dam 14 near Spiro, Oklahoma.  Mr. Pat is the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tow boat that facilitates the movement of a 150 foot barge, housing a crane used for major repairs on the five lock & dam systems of the MKARNS within the Tulsa District.
The return of Mr. Pat
4/6/2016 10:07:00 AM
The newly refurbished Mr. Pat floats, tied to a barge on the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigations System at Lock & Dam 14 near Spiro, Oklahoma.  Mr. Pat is the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tow boat that facilitates the movement of a 150 foot barge, housing a crane used for major repairs on the five lock & dam systems of the MKARNS within the Tulsa District. (Photo by Preston Chasteen/Released)
The return of Mr. Pat
4/6/2016 9:59:00 AM
The greeting you'll get at the Skiatook Lake Office will be from this timber rattler, who likes to start rattling when someone comes in the door.
Snakes
3/16/2016 12:57:00 PM
The cottonmouth at the Skiatook Lake Office Nature Center is kept alone in his own terarrium to make sure he doesn't kill and eat the other snakes.
Snakes
3/16/2016 12:54:00 PM
This is where you'll find copperhead snakes most often, in the shade hiding in leaves. The copperhead here can be found at the Skiatook Lake Office Nature Center.  The public can swing by the lake office and visit the Nature Center where they will be greeted by several snakes, including a noisy timber rattler in the lobby.
Snake
3/16/2016 12:53:00 PM
Ranger Greg Bersche with the Skiatook Lake Office handles a corn snake at the Nature Center.  The public can swing by the lake office and visit the Nature Center where they will be greeted by several snakes, including a noisy timber rattler in the lobby.
Snake
3/16/2016 12:50:00 PM
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