On the Antlers of a Dilemma

When Moberly roofer Larry Gibson downed the No. 2 all-time, typical rack white-tailed deer in 1971, it got the nation's attention. More

Fascinating Rivers

Artist Thomas Hart Benton found peace and inspiration on Ozark rivers. More

Archery the Old Way

Dean Wilson builds his hunting bows from wooden staves. More

How Are The Frogs?

Scientists are concerned about a reported decline in the numbers of amphibians. More

When Clams Go Fishing

Missouri mussels rely on remarkable tricks to help their offspring hitch a ride on fishes. More

Dad's Pond

"Two weeks after Mom died, Dad announced he would fish the pond." More

The Marvelous Martin

A purple martin colony may catch and eat several hundred beetles, horseflies, grass-hoppers, bees and wasps every day. More
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