If you go hiking in the Missouri backcountry often enough, you'll eventually see some crazy things. For one Missouri person, that was a rare albino deer that suddenly appeared on the trail in front of him.
If you're a farmer in Missouri, you know there are a many ways that cattle can be attacked by predators. However, there has to be something huge lurking on a Missouri farmer's land due to the sheer number and method that his cattle and deer are being mutilated.
Some people love seeing wildlife in their yard while others don't. If you're in the first camp, the state of Missouri has some recommendations about specific flowers that you can plant on your property that will attract wildlife.
I am convinced that most people want to help and not hurt and that's especially true when they see an animal in distress. However, there are many times when an animal looks like it's in trouble when it's really not. That's one reason why you need to leave deer alone if you see one like this in Missouri.
I love land. Not the dirt so much as the scenery and nature that goes along with it. If you want to see the ultimate that's currently available in Missouri, I'll show it to you. It's 652 acres near Defiance, Missouri and it's full of waterfalls and deer.
I think I know what's going on here, but I do have questions. It's a fun new video moment that's just been shared showing a deer licking a cat and it makes me wonder if Garfield the cartoon feline is real after all.
You would think this would be a simple topic, but it's not. If you have the sad circumstance of running into a wild animal on a Missouri or Illinois roadway, is it legal to eat it? The answer is similar, but also different for both states. Let's explore this important vehicular dining topic.