Do you and your pals enjoy floating down rivers and streams? Or are you more of an adventurous canoer? Either way, venturing out on Missouri’s many bodies of water is a fantastic way to experience another aspect of nature.
One of the most magnificent parts of a deer–and a defining trademark that separates it from its other four-legged counterparts–are its antlers. Many people can’t help but wonder: How do they come to be?
One of a bird’s many talents is its ability to build the nest in which they lay their eggs. But in the case of the Brown-Headed Cowbird, a talent that distinguishes them from their avian counterparts is one of sheer trickery.