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Discover Nature: Red-Wing Blackbirds

Discover nature this week with Missouri's red-winged blackbirds. A stake-out requires being inconspicuous, but not so for red-winged blackbirds. Showing off and making noise is the main objective of t

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Discover Nature: Fire in Missouri

Discover Nature this week with fire in Missouri. Fire is an important part of our lives. To some, memories of campfires bring warm and pleasant feelings, but others remember the horrors of wildfires.

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Discover Nature: Missouri's Meadowlarks

Discover nature this week with Missouri's Meadowlarks. The meadowlark is a familiar sight throughout the farmlands of the Midwest, most often found living its best life in open grassland habitats such

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Discover Nature: Mushrooms

Discover nature this week with Missouri's mushroom. Late March and April showers bring… mushrooms? Yep! Showers and warm nights make morels (muh-rells) grow and send folks to their favorite mushroom-h



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Discover Nature: Missouri's Pawpaws

There is a Midwest fruit as sweet as bananas and as fragrant as papayas. If you guessed “pawpaw,” you are correct! Anyone who has whiffed the heady fragrance of pawpaws will not be surprised to learn

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Discover Nature: Missouri's Starlings

Discover nature this week with Missouri's starlings. When Shakespeare wrote the play Henry the Fourth in 1597, he had no way of knowing the trouble it would bring to North American birds in the 20th c

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Discover Nature: Toad or Frog?

Discover Nature this week with Missouri's Toads and frogs. You see and hear them near water and wooded areas, but how can you tell the difference between these two amphibians? Most Midwestern states h

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Discover Nature: Subtle Signs of Spring

Discover Nature this week with subtle signs of spring. If you’re yearning for signs of spring, look at the swollen buds on the branches of backyard trees and shrubs. Buds have been present since last


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Discover Nature: Missouri's Survivors

Discover nature this week with Missouri's Survivors. Look outside because the game of life is going on right now in your backyard. Animals are trying to beat the Survivor odds to outwit and outlast

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Discover Nature: Salamanders

The sway of spotted salamanders is a perfect ritual dance for Valentine's Day (which is this week, just in case you need a friendly reminder). A swarm of salamanders can look like a flash mob in Misso

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Discover Nature: Natural Decomposers

Discover nature this week with Missouri's natural decomposers. Recycling is critical in our “throwaway society” -- and the same is also true in nature. Living things play one of three roles in their e

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Discover Nature: The Best Winter Coat

When winter winds chill us to the bone, we bundle up in sweaters, down vests and fleece parkas. Wild animals, on the other hand, must endure the cold. A mammal’s fur and its thick layers of fat provid


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Discover Nature: The Sounds of Winter

Discover nature this week with Missouri’s sounds of winter’. Grab your coat, scarf and gloves and get outside to take in the true sounds of the season. We often think of winter as a quiet time in natu

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Discover Nature: Owls

Owls: A bird you hear at night but rarely catch a glimpse of during the day. What’s the story with this ever-elusive fowl? Throughout history, owls have established a solid place in storytelling. Toda

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Discover Nature: Missouri Evergreens

Evergreen trees are a staple in Missouri’s winter landscape, but what’s the story behind their existence and their place in holiday culture? We use the term “evergreens” for needle-leaved trees that s

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Discover Nature: Giant Canada Geese in Missouri

You see them at any given park pond, but what’s the story behind those geese? The Christmas goose is a holiday tradition in many Missouri homes. From sky to table, the Giant Canada is the largest goos



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