Tag Archives: wildlife

Missouri Conservation Keeps Water Wild

MO River - DSC_4082

rowing up in central Missouri, I spent my best days outside making memories I’ll never forget, and learning lessons that shaped the way I see the world.  I’ve always found water fascinating – especially water that seems to move on its own volition.  As a child, I loved tracing the path of rainwater, coursing its way through rivulets, curbsides and …

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Waterfalls & Cinnamon Rolls: The Perfect Spring Day in Parkville

parkville waterfall 2

Spring is officially here and it’s time to get outside and explore! Although we didn’t have too harsh of a winter here in Platte County (around 5 inches of snow and just a few days in the single digits), spring is the best time of year; you get to ditch the coats and feel the sun on your face. What …

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Missouri has Central Role in Wildlife Migration

North America’s greatest wildlife migration is underway – and Missouri is smack dab in the middle of it. Millions of ducks, geese, swans, pelicans and other waterfowl are on their annual trek to warmer climes for winter, generally along four major flyways (the Atlantic, Mississippi, Central and Pacific) that go north to south across the continent. The Mississippi Flyway starts …

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Tiptoeing Through the Treetops

MoTravelGirl rides a zipline at the Branson Zipline Canopy Tours at Wolfe Creek Preserve.

“Hold the cable right here, put your toes on the edge, look out at the highway and step off,” I repeated after the guide. “Sure, I can do that.” Except my leg wouldn’t move and my brain screamed, “ARE YOU INSANE?!?!?” That’s because I was standing on the edge of a 100-foot tower which is how the Blue Streak Fastline …

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Pulaski County Welcomes 2011!

Take a relaxing float trip in Pulaski County.

Pulaski County is excited for the New Year to begin!  2011 brings fantastic things to do throughout the year. 2011 marks the 150th Anniversary of the start of the Civil War.  Throughout the state, families and school groups will venture out to learn about this important time of our nation’s history. We, in Pulaski County, are proud of our own …

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