Content tagged with "Spring"

American Woodcock

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A migratory species, American woodcock visit Missouri in the fall and spring on their way to and from their wintering grounds in the southeastern states. More

Ancient Snag

Some dead or dying cypress trees at Allred Lake are 500 years old.
Annual growth rings prove the oldest trees at Allred Lake date back more than 500 years. More

April Showers at Duck Creek

Aerial photo of flooding on Duck Creek CA's Pools 1,2 and 3
Like much of southeast Missouri, Duck Creek has received a substantial amount of rain since last Friday (more than a foot of precipitation)... More
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Arbor Day 2011 Poster Winner

arbor day 2011 postser winner
Leah Pieper presented Gov. Jay Nixon with a copy of her winning Arbor Day poster at a recent Arbor Day proclamation ceremony at the State capitol. Pictured l-r: MDC Forestry Division Chief Lisa Allen, Conservation Commissioner Chip McGeehan, Leah’s mother Suzanne Pieper, Leah Pieper, Conservation Commissioner Don Bedell, Governor Nixon, Leah’s father Mark Pieper, Conservation Commissioners Becky Plattner and Don Johnson and MDC Director Bob Ziehmer. More

Archery

Archery at the Spring Fling
Discover the ancient art of archery. Develop techniques that will assure a bulls-eye every time. You will have ample time to hone your news skills. More