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Enjoy Nature is Art event at Runge Nature Center April 16

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Free family fun will include art demonstrations, activities, concert and lunch.

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Image of a false map turtle

False Map Turtle

Graptemys pseudogeographica pseudogeographica
The false map turtle is a medium-sized aquatic species with a low ridge along the center of the upper shell. A thick yellow line behind each eye forms a backward L shape. It occurs in large rivers and reservoirs in central, northeastern, northwestern, and southeastern Missouri.

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Father and son inspect deer rub.

Father and Son Inspect Deer Rub

A father and his son inspect a deer rub while scouting for deer season.

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Father and son look at deer rub while scouting for deer hunting.

Father and Son Scout for Deer Sign

Father and son look at deer rub while scouting for deer hunting.

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Father and son sighting in rifle prior to deer season.

Father and Son Sight In Rifle

Father and son sighting in rifle prior to deer season.

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fatmucket

Fatmucket

Lampsilis siliquoidea
The fatmucket was a favorite species harvested for the button industry in the early 1900s.

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February Kids In Nature Photo Contest Winner

Titus Pridemore holds an antler shed he found in a small food plot near his Boone County home. "I had discovered the shed antler in this small food plot a few days after Christmas Day," said Titus's dad, Todd Pridemore. "But, I left it where it was so one of my boys could have the fun of discovering it for themselves." Todd Pridemore said the entire family enjoys spending time in the woods hunting deer, turkey and squirrels. "Titus and his older brothers, Josh and Andrew, all enjoy catching fish in the small pond in front of our house," said Todd Pridemore.

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