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Most of us can agree: It’s not a proper Thanksgiving feast without turkey. But there’s more to this bird than looking delicious amongst the mashed potatoes and gravy.
No need to watch Discovery Channel or Animal Planet to catch one of Mother Nature’s most exciting shows.
Imagine a time when radars and barometers did not exist, when people relied on something other than technology to determine if the day were to be full of rain or shine.
One of Missouri’s most curious creatures that dominates its lakes and streams is one that is fun to watch.
Their humorous way of doing things has made them a mainstay in cartoons. But did you know the woodpecker plays a serious role in the ecosystems of Missouri’s forests?
Look out your window. See that in the trees? The colors of autumn are dominating the Missouri landscape.
It’s time to get out those binoculars and get ready for some intense bird watching! Waterfowl migration will soon take over Missouri skies.
Pumpkins, apples, cranberries … we can smell the pies and cookies baking already! But one commonly overlooked fruit you should definitely add to your fall cookbooks is the persimmon.
Have you been looking for a new hobby as of late? Have you ever thought of making your own homemade birdfeeder?
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.
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