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bleeding shiner

Bleeding Shiner

Luxilus zonatus
Like several other shiners found in clear Ozark streams, male bleeding shiners sport brilliant red during breeding season, especially May and early June. Check your identification by the presence of a dark, crescent bar behind the gill cover, and the dark stripe that abruptly narrows just behind the gill opening.

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Blue Spring in snow

Blue Spring in Snow

Blue Spring in snow.

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Bluefer

Bluefer (Purpleshell)

Potamilus purpuratus
Like the pink heelsplitter and fragile and pink papershells, the bluefer uses freshwater drum as a host.

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Bobcat at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Bobcat at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Bobcat at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

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

Bockman Family hiking on a cool day

Harper, Michelle and Skyler Bockman get outside and hike on a cool day.  Hiking is great for both physical and mental health. 

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Bowfin

Amia calva
The bowfin is the only living species remaining in its family. Its closest relatives appear as fossils that lived 180 million years ago.

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Agent Henry with UBM Agent of Year Award

Bowhunters of Missouri choose MDC's Henry as Agent of the Year

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JT Barkley with his first buck

Braggarts Welcome

At Twin Pines, we’re trying to recreate the atmosphere and camaraderie of hunters at the check-in stations that were once so common in November.

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