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Opossum in snow

But I Don't Want It Under My House...

Missourians enjoy spending time outdoors watching wildlife, they just don’t want to share their homes with it! One-way doors may provide a humane solution to evicting animals from under your home.

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Black Bear at Birdfeeder

But I Don't Want It Under My Porch...

Wildlife can be fascinating to observe, but when nature gets a little too close, you have to think like a critter to solve the problem.

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the Bockman Family take advantage of a cool day to discover nature

But it is good for you...

Don’t let the tyrant winter keep you inside! Exercise your freedom to be happy and healthy on any number of local nature trails or conservation areas.

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Butterfly

Ellipsaria lineolata
The butterfly is one of the most beautiful of Missouri’s mussels.

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Butterfly Pea

Clitoria mariana
Butterfly pea is a low, shrubby, or twining perennial in the pea family, with showy, butterfly-like flowers. The leaves are compound with three leaflets. This species grows in the southern parts of Missouri, in acid soils.

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Butternut Seeds

Butternut Seeds

Butternut tree seeds can be gathered in buckets or trash bags and mailed to the George O. White State Forest Nursery in Licking.

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Campfire Cooking

Campfire Cooking

The Cape Nature Center's Campfire Cooking program will take your campfire meals to the next level, but you can still bring some marshmallows.

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Camping in Black Bear Country

To have a safe, enjoyable camping or outdoor experience in Missouri's bear country, follow the Ten Commandments of Camping.

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Photo of Carolina larkspur plants with flowers

Carolina Larkspur (Prairie Larkspur)

Delphinium carolinianum
Small blue, lavender, or white flowers shaped like cornucopias dance along the tall stems of this Carolina larkspur, which grows in prairies and grasslands.

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