April is the threshold month of taking kids outside.
If insects disappeared, many other species would also be wiped out.
To discover some of the tiny water critters that reside in local streams and what they can tell us about water quality, join us at 12:00, April 27th, at the Earth & Arbor Day celebration in Landreth Park for a sample Biological Water Quality Testing Demo on the bank of Joplin Creek!
They eat up to half their body weight in insects each night.
Little Brown Myotis (Little Brown Bat) Photo by MDC Staff, courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation.
WHICH CAME FIRST…THE POLLINATORS OR THE PLANTS…
AND WHY CARE?
There are events in the environment that may just immerse us as we take it all in.
Choose the town and I can probably tell you where a red fox family is camped out.
You never know what kind of weather you might get in the wonderful Show-Me state; especially in the southwest corner.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
The Festival of Eagles is scheduled for Saturday, January 26 , 2019.