Children ages 8-15 can spend three days with park naturalists learning about caves at Onondaga Cave State Park on July 9-11. Participants will learn about cave geology, cave ecosystems, cave biology, the cave food chain and cave preservation.
Highly unusual weather patterns this spring have forced fishermen to adapt to some rather unusual fishing techniques around the Ozarks. While some have hung up their rods in frustration, others remain persistent and accept the challenge of figuring out how to adapt their fishing techniques to continue to catch fish.
After protests from lots of readers I must confess I didn’t really shoot the mad cardinal that is flogging my pickup mirror. But covering the mirrors makes little difference. He just sees himself in the window reflection. If you have a similar problem, and many seem to, with various types of birds, the best answer is to put a big mirror out where he operates. Hang it from a tree or pole and let him just give it heck!
• Crawford County still one of 29 counties will management restrictions will remain in place
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) announces it has reduced the number of counties in its management zone for chronic wasting disease (CWD) from 48 to 29 starting in July. Changes to the CWD Management Zone will impact restrictions on feeding deer, antler-point restrictions, antlerless permits for some counties, and mandatory CWD sampling.
Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces the Patrol's participation in Operation Dry Water. Operation Dry Water is in its 11th year and Missouri has participated since the program’s inception.