First eaglet hatched at CPN Eagle Aviary will soon soar

Aviary staff has been working to prepare an American bald eagle hatched at the facility in May for release. In addition to securing permission from the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to release the eagle, the staff prepared the aviary so that it can to come and go from the facility to ensure he’s Read More »

Dr. Stumblingbear-Riddle appointed to OK Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Board

Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Behavioral Health Clinic experiences very few “slow days,” a result likely related to the inadequate behavioral and mental healthcare services in the United States as a whole. Along with determined support from the tribal leadership and CPN Health Services, the behavioral health program has benefitted from the leadership of Dr. Glenna Stumblingbear-Riddle. Read More »

FireLake Golf Course re-opens

Nearly two years after work crews began excavating large sections of FireLake Golf Course, golfers are set to return to the 18-hole public course located 40 minutes from Oklahoma City. The 6,335 yard course has plenty of new amenities and numerous hole redesigns to challenge golfers of all skill levels. Lined with native grass and Read More »

New visitor at CPN Eagle Aviary

In late March 2017 a new and unexpected visitor arrived at the Citizen Potawatomi Eagle Aviary. A sub-adult male bald eagle flew in to the aviary grounds, located on private, tribal lands south of the North Canadian River. “He made himself right at home and we have seen him daily,” said CPN Eagle Aviary Director Jennifer Randell. “We think it may be because he Read More »