Out of an abundance of caution and to protect participants amid ongoing COVID-19 concerns, Missouri State Parks and the Missouri State Parks Foundation have cancelled the 2020 Katy Trail Ride scheduled to begin Monday, June 22.
By Larry Dablemont
I guess in most ways he was an easy gobbler. I can’t say there haven’t been many, many others that were more of a challenge. From his spurs it was apparent that he was old. But then so am I. On opening day I was too sleepy to get out of bed, so I didn’t hear him gobbling on the roost.
By Bill Cooper
With persistent cold fronts and water temperatures going up and down like a yo-yo, crappie fishing at Lake of the Ozarks has been a hit and miss affair. However, persistence on the part of crappie fishermen is certain pay off.
Songbirds are free to roam, and their travels take them beyond wild places to the trees, shrubs, and grasses they find in cities or near rural homes. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages people to get outside this summer and look for birds in their yards or neighborhood.
Maramec Spring Park reopened on Monday, May 4, with some restrictions in place to help users maintain social distancing. Both the park and campground will be taking steps to keep visitors safe until state and local health officials deem it reasonable to return to regular business.