We're not far into 2024 yet and already the year has gotten stranger. This is just one example. After a rash of almost constant mountain lion sightings in Missouri in 2023, these big cats have seemingly just disappeared. Why the sudden scarcity of sightings?
If you don't get out much, you might not know about a problem that has plagued Missouri for years and it's getting worse. The stories are true about huge 250 pound feral beasts that are wreaking havoc on the Missouri pastures and woods.
I think even the most prudent skeptic would admit that there's something strange going on in the woods of Missouri. There's new audio to prove that point. A man shared audio of a bloodcurdling howl he heard recently in the remote part of southeastern Missouri.
It's no revelation that the black bear population is growing in Missouri, but will the population of these predators ever expand to the northern parts of the state? A new map share says yes and it's already begun.
If you've ever asked the question about whether or not you can really pet a kangaroo in Missouri, I can answer it for you. The answer is absolutely, but the question of "should you" is another one entirely.
Someone in Missouri has a pet they're not supposed to have. Let me rephrase that. Someone in Missouri USED to have a pet they're not supposed to have as a new dashcam video shows a thrilling police chase as concerned citizens helped capture an escaped (and illegal) lemur.
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.