There’s something in the air over Missouri and it could have something to do with the sharp increase in skunk sightings in recent weeks.
KOMU-TV reports the owls are being spotted farther south and earlier than usual in Missouri.
Officials say man-made lakes do not have much fish habitat, and the trees provide woody cover.
KMOX asked St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley, if this fails, and no one uses it or the company bails, is the county going to lose money?
He says he loaded the unconscious female bobcat into his truck, took her home.
The season’s total was up about 7,400 from last year, but roughly 13,000 below the 10-year average.
SIKESTON, Mo. (AP) __ The sudden flood following the Army Corps f Engineers’ intentional breach of southeast Missouri’s Birds Point levee has taken a toll on farmers and landowners. Conservationists now say plenty of animals […]