A natural habitat hidden in Northwestern Oklahoma...
The Selman Living Laboratory is a field research and teaching facility located in the rolling hills & plains of Woodward County in northwestern Oklahoma. It is the official field station of the Biology Department at the University of Central Oklahoma. The Selman Living Laboratory provides a wide array of natural environments, including large bat caves for research and teaching. Full living accommodations are available on site. We invite researchers and students from all majors to use this site or contact the UCO's Department of Biology about research and course opportunities. The Selman Living Laboratory is recognized as a Natural Heritage Site by the Oklahoma Biological Survey.
What's new at Selman?
We received a National Science Foundation grant that funded the construction of a permanent multi-purpose building at the Selman Living Lab.