With winter almost gone and spring right around the corner, there’s plenty to discover outside in March and April. Watch for these natural events around the following dates.
Known for its dazzling display of white blooms in early spring, the flowering dogwood is also Missouri’s official state tree. It can be seen in open forests and yards throughout the state. The flowering dogwood’s dark red berries feed squirrels, white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, and about 30 other types of birds.
Angie Daly Morfeld
Nichole LeClair Terrill