From the Missouri Conservationist Magazine
November 2006 Issue

Back Cover

Great Horned owl

With prominent ear tufts and a height of approximately 22 inches, the great horned owl is easy to identify. Look for them in most habitats throughout the state—from rural to urban. —Jim Rathert

Also in this issue

Natural Gifts

The Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation helps citizens create lasting legacies with immediate benefits for donors.

Agents in Action

They teach kids about fishing and hunting and catch Wildlife Code violators.

Agent of Change

After 50 years with the Missouri Department of Conservation, Carl Engelbrecht knows conservation—and a whole lot more.

Youth rabbit hunt

A-Hunting They Will Go!

Youth hunts launch kids into a lifetime of outdoor enjoyment.

Father and Son Deer Hunting.

Stand or Sneak?

No matter which deer-hunting method you choose, you'll still second-guess yourself.

And More...

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This Issue's Staff:

Editor in Chief - Ara Clark
Managing Editor - Nichole LeClair
Art Director - Cliff White
Artist - Dave Besenger
Artist - Mark Raithel
Photographer - Jim Rathert
Writer/editor - Tom Cwynar
Staff Writer - Jim Low
Designer - Susan Fine
Circulation - Laura Scheuler