For some Oklahomans, standard-issue license plate is for the birds

The number of specialty tags issued and renewed in Oklahoma has increased by 17% over the past two fiscal years, but it’s unclear whether the standard tag’s bland portrayal of the state bird is a major reason for that.

Almost 5,000 of the plates were issued or renewed in fiscal year 2019, which ended June 30. A Tallgrass Prairie Preserve plate, featuring a bison, was the fourth-most popular specialty tag, behind the Oklahoma City Thunder (7,341), Oklahoma State University (5,735) and University of Oklahoma (5,467) and ahead of In God We Trust (3,847).

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