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“If that mockingbird don’t sing, Mama’s gonna buy you a diamond ring.”
On February 2 Americans will intensely be watching the movements of one particular groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil.
Owls liven up the winter evenings in Missouri. In fact, Missourians are more likely to see owls out and about and hear them hooting now more than any other time of the year.
Grab your coat, scarf and gloves (maybe even your earmuffs and hand warmers, too), and get outside to take in the true sounds of the season.
If there were a competition to determine which animal would best outsmart humans, the raccoon would definitely win.
Owls: A bird you hear at night but rarely catch a glimpse of during the day. What’s the story with this ever-elusive fowl?
Evergreen trees are a staple in Missouri’s winter landscape. But what’s the story behind their existence and their place in holiday culture?
You frequently see them taking five at any given park pond. But what’s the story behind those geese?
The black bear plays a big part in the Missouri wild mammal population.
Extra! Extra! There’s a new bird on the block.
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