Category Archives: Ozarks

Lab hike at Cuivre River State Park

    Are your best friends in your lab group? Are there lots of friendships and activities in the group? If so, it sure makes all that pipetting go more smoothly, not to mention struggling with R or finding true significance … Continue reading

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Searching for frost flowers at Rockwoods Range

Frost flowers explode out of dying plants at the first hard freeze. I learned about them from our campus Record. Alan Templeton has some wonderful photos of frost flowers and knows just where to find them. The only thing is … Continue reading

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A bald eagle at Russell E. Emmenegger Nature Park

We didn’t have time to go far, so a mile and a half loop above the Meramec River just off 270 and 44 sounded perfect. It wasn’t so easy to get to since we had to loop east on 44 … Continue reading

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Winter’s Bone: don’t miss this Missouri story

Do you love the tick-infested, silent razor ridges of the Ozarks? Have you hiked off trial to the quiet limestone drips in the sharp valleys? Do you wonder about the people that live here? You won’t want to miss Daniel … Continue reading

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