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A juvenile red-shouldered hawk stands over a crappie on the bank of the Osage River below Bagnell Dam. More

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Flocks or "kettles" of several hundred migrating broad-winged hawks soaring overhead are a common sight in late September. More

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A male green-winged teal searches shallow water for seeds, aquatic insects, crustaceans and mollusks. More

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White-breasted nuthatches live in woodlands and suburban residential areas throughout Missouri. More

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Not all mourning doves leave Missouri when cold weather arrives. More

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A common permanent resident of Missouri, red-winged blackbirds forage for seeds and insects in marshes, moist grasslands, wet roadside ditches and borrow pits along highways. More

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"Back Cover" for the May 2002 Missouri Conservationist. More

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It's easy to see mourning doves in late summer when young birds leaving the nest congregate in large flocks prior to migration. More

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There’s nothing subtle about snow geese. More

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"Back Cover" for the November 2003 Missouri Conservationist. More