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Among Missouri’s insects, sphinx moths can appear to be part hummingbird, part bat and part moth.
It may be hard to think about hunting with the summer temperatures hovering near triple digits, but it’s just over a month until Missouri’s dove season opens on Sept. 1.
Nothing beats wade-fishing as a way to beat the summer heat while enjoying time outdoors.
The male of the species, although harmless, is ferocious-looking due to the long pincers growing from the head.
Have you found yourself picking up broken tree branch tips from your lawn recently, only to find your lawn cluttered with them again the next day?
Sometimes you have to stop and smell the whitetails.
Once a year or so I receive photos of a strange-looking flower that someone has photographed, usually from a field of typical flowers of the same species.
When life hands you cicadas, cover them with chocolate. That’s what Julie Love in our Protection Division did last week.
What does a brand-new quail need when it leaves the protection of a warm eggshell?
Sometimes a bear needs help with those hard-to-reach places.
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.