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Bud Keller examines coyote pelt

Bud Keller examines coyote pelt

Bud Keller examines a coyote pelt at the Keller Fur warehouse.

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Bud Keller examines raccoon pelt

Bud Keller examines raccoon pelt

Bud Keller examines a raccoon pelt ready for grading and shipping at Keller Fur.

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Bud Keller handled animal pelts

Bud Keller handled animal pelts

Bud Keller has handled thousands of animal pelts during his 44 years as a fur buyer, including these bobcat and coyote furs.

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Bugs teach at Science Matters

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The riffle beetle and the horsehair worm will be conservation teaching tools Saturday at “Science Matters,” a community event at the National Science Teachers Association regional conference on Saturady, Oct. 2, from 8:30 to 11 a.m. in Exhibit Hall B at the Kansas City Convention Center, 301 W. 13th St.

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Image of a bullsnake

Bullsnake

Pituophis catenifer sayi
Missouri's largest snake may hiss loudly and vibrate its tail when alarmed, but it is nonvenomous. This species is extremely valuable in controlling destructive rodents.

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Burley Whited at No Boundaries fishing day at Longview Lake

Burley Whited at No Boundaries fishing day at Longview Lake

Lisa LaCombe of MDC's Burr Oak Woods Nature Center congratulates Burley Whited of Grain Valley on a channel catfish he caught at the No Boundaries fishing event.

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Archery at Burr Oak Woods Nature Center

Burr Oak Woods and Discovery Center offer summer fun

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Burr Oak Woods hosting photo contest

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Burr Oak Woods Indoor Play Area

Burr Oak Woods Indoor Play Area

A new children’s indoor play area with larger-than-life critters was added in time for Burr Oak Woods Nature Center’s 30th anniversary in October. Rilee Harris, 4, of Blue Springs enjoyed the area during her recent visit.

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Burr Oak Woods Nature Center

Join us special events, hike a trail, or get acquainted with Missouri's fascinating wildlife. Missouri teachers and youth-group leaders are invited to schedule educational programs.

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