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Master Naturalists and MDC volunteers give a green roof a facelift.
The sun was shining, the children were laughing, and Smokey Bear was warming up to throw the first pitch at Hammons Field, home to the Springfield Cardinals baseball team.
I was dive-bombed by a beautiful, iridescent, dark blue bird...but what was it?
It’s time to buy that permit, screw the tight choke tube into the shotgun and locate the camouflage clothing, turkey loads, calls and bug spray.
Genetic mix-up could enable Missourians to gather a limit of crappie and a mess of mushrooms without leaving their boats.
Members of this Jefferson City troop made culinary memories last weekend.
Warm weather has brought ticks back with a vengeance.
The reproducing and spreading species in this case is the ornamental tree called the callery pear, which may right now be in its full flowering glory in your front yard. Please don't plant any more callery pears.
As I rounded the corner into the garden area, I was suddenly caught off guard.
Champion trees are all around us.
Yard work, astrophysics and archaeology meet in my back yard.
If you’re an avid Missouri hunter or angler, you probably have permits in your wallet that will expire in the next week.
This poacher lost his hunting privileges until age 92!
Yesterday I noticed a circular pile of red feathers in my yard near my birdfeeders.
Before the National Weather Service started in 1890, farmers did not have a scientific way to predict the weather, so they left the forecasting to the plants and animals.
We protect and manage the fish, forest, and wildlife of the state. We facilitate and provide opportunity for all citizens to use, enjoy, and learn about these resources.