Representatives from Missouri State Parks invite the public to attend an informational meeting at Dillard Mill State Historic Site at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 19 at the mill.
Setting aside life’s stresses for a while in order to make notes and sketches on the natural events occurring around you could increase your nature knowledge and your appreciation for the outdoors world.
By Bill Cooper
Born in 1949 in the heavy agricultural community of the Mississippi River Delta country of southeast Missouri, my family was not made up of deer hunters. There were no deer to hunt. Instead we were only afforded opportunities to hunt small game, including rabbits, squirrels and raccoons.
By Larry Dablemont
Dove season has opened by the time you read this. There are dozens of them here on Lightnin’ Ridge, feeding beneath the bird feeders, nesting and raising young and then watering at my pond just a hundred yards from my office window.
Now is when monarch butterflies are migrating through Missouri to their wintering grounds in central Mexico, which makes it a great time to have a program about them.