The cable restraint training course addresses how to use cable restraints in a responsible manner to catch live foxes, coyotes and nuisance animals.
This Halloween, you might see make-believe zombies lumbering around seeking tricks-and-treats. These costumed creatures won’t eat your flesh or hijack your brain—that only happens in scary, made-up movies. For some animals, though, zombies are all too real. Join us to learn about Nature’s Zombies and their killers.
Join us to learn about the different snakes that call Missouri home, how to identify them and which are dangerous. We will have several snakes on display.
Missouri is blessed with a great variety of trees, shrubs, and vines. Their leaves turn at different times, so Missourians can enjoy a gorgeous fall color season that lasts for weeks! Join us to learn about which trees change colors and why.
Animals such as leeches, ticks, and mosquitoes survive by sucking blood. Other animals, such as spiders and robber flies, don’t stop with blood — they suck the very life from their prey. Luckily, nature is full of predators that keep these vampire-like animals in check. Join us to learn about Missouri’s Vampire hunters, their predators and prey!