October 16th-25th, 2023, was the Missouri black bear hunting season. According to the Missouri Department of Conservation, twelve black bears were harvested.
Fall is starting today. Now, we get to enjoy cooler temperatures, wear fall colors, and enjoy the wide range of colors on the leaves. Here are five things to do to welcome fall.
Now is a perfect time to start seeing the beautiful array of colors on a camping or river trip. When you’re camping, especially overnight, you’re going to need a fire.
You can pack a small survival kit in something like an Altoids tin. You can put everything that you need to survive for a short time in a small kit.
The National Park Service is having an entrance fee-free day for all the national parks on August 4, 2023, in honor of the Great American Outdoors Act.
Donna (Cygnet) Brown and Kerry Kelley have published their first book- Ozark Grannies’ Secrets, Gourmet Weeds- which is available to purchase.
Wands for Wildlife has found a use for these delicate wands, and they are taking donations. Wands For Wildlife is collecting mascara wands.
Local residents do not want this named Scenic Byway for a number of reasons. However, the reasons are similar no matter the county.
The forest service is doing surveying in the area. They are surveying all the property lines bordering the forest in Oregon County, Missouri.
AltonMo.com brings you a weekly update of what happened around the state of Missouri. Being bear aware and the photo ID law was talked about.
Studies are beginning to prove that nature does, indeed, calm us. Calm, soothing sounds in nature reflect their strength towards people. The research proves this truth. A collaboration between Carleton University, Colorado State University, and Michigan State University and the National Park Service examined 18 previous studies about the effects of natural sounds on human […]
The spring is officially here, and these mammals are leaving their winter dens in search of food. Missourians need to “Be Bear Aware.”