Missouri Wildlife Staff Euthanize Bear in Christian CountyOnce a bear associates people with food, it will continue to seek residences for food.
Top Spots To View Wildlife Near St. LouisFrom bison to bald eagles, check out all the surprising creatures you'll find around the STL.
Columbia Man Accused of Illegally Transporting Deer to FloridaA St. Louis grand jury indicted 54-year-old Charles "Sam'' James, of Columbia, Missouri, of violating federal law barring the trade of wildlife that have been illegally transported or sold.
Helping Butterflies Battle Back Through 'Milkweeds For Monarchs'City receives $80,000 grant to expand effort to plant 250 milkweed gardens city-wide.
Mountain Lion Struck By Car in Missouri, Euthanized A mountain lion has been euthanized after it was struck by a car in southwest Missouri.
America's Top 5 Must-Visit AquariumsWant to explore the ocean's depths while staying on dry land? Visit 5 of the most must-visit aquariums in the U.S. according to Sy Montgomery, author of, "The Soul Of An Octopus: A Surprising Exploration Into The Wonder Of Consciousness."
Missouri Bill to Switch Oversight of Deer Farms ReturnsA Missouri lawmaker is again pushing legislation that would shift regulation of farm-raised deer to state agriculture officials.
Gov. Nixon Vetoes Change to Deer OversightThe legislation would have shifted responsibility for regulating Missouri deer ranches to the Department of Agriculture instead of the Department of Conservation.
Rabid Bats Found in St. Louis County, Officials Warn Residents Rabid bats were found in St. Louis County, prompting health officials to warn residents of the dangers in handling wildlife.
Missouri Man Charged with Running over GooseA southwest Missouri man is facing criminal charges after a surveillance
Mo. Wind Farm Raises Concerns for Wildlife A proposal to build a wind farm in Northwest Missouri, raises concerns amongst groups and the safety for their wildlife.
Skunk Sightings On The Rise in Mo.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.