BIRDS • ANIMALS • FISH • INSECTS • POLLINATORS

Critters!  The Ozarks would not be the Ozarks without our critters – snakes, bats, spiders, fish, armadillos (armadillos???), tarantulas, scorpions, hellbenders,  deer, turkey, eagles….. We enjoy inhabitants of wetlands, lakes, ponds and streams, prairies, woodlands, glades, open air – because the Ozarks has all of these habitats and more.  During different times of the year, we may be considered “south” to birds from the north or “north” to southern birds.  Studying, protecting, and providing information about this rich, diverse population of amazing and lovable creatures (I’m thinking ‘possums here!) is the passion of a number of specialized organizations – all who welcome the opportunity to share.


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Greater Ozarks Audubon Society


Missouri Prairie Foundation


Springfield Plateau Grotto


Missouri Mycological Society


Missouri Herpetological Association


Missouri Bats


Monarchs


ReGrow Milkweed for Monarchs: A Citizens Science Study

Wildlife Encounters


Gardening with Wildlife


Lights Out Heartland


Invasives / Diseases


Invasive Zebra Mussels


Missouri Department of Conservation Reports Final CWD Results For 2020-2021 Season


Miscellaneous Resources:

Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever in Missouri


Missourians for Monarchs


Pollinator Partnership


Xerces Society


Missouri Bumble Bee Atlas


Journey North


Monarch Joint Venture


Grow Native! Resource Guide


Deep Roots KC


Miles for Monarchs 2021 Campaign


Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund


Free online Landscape Calculator


Missouri Department of Conservation Private Land Conservationists


NRCS-Missouri Financial Assistance Programs


USDA Office Locator


USFW-Partners for Fish & Wildlife


PF/QF in Missouri Facebook


PF/QF in Missouri Instagram


PF/QF in Missouri Twitter


PF/QF in Missouri YouTube


Missourians for Monarchs Facebook


Missourians for Monarchs Instagram


Missourians for Monarchs Twitter


Missourians for Monarchs YouTube