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Animals Be Wild By Jeff Berti

It’s always nice to experience spring in Missouri. I’m usually excited to see the vegetation green up and know that nature is being renewed. This is the time of year that our renewable resources, such as wild animals, reproduce. It’s fun to see the first deer fawns show up with their mothers, and to watch other newborn wildlife. However, it’s also a time for significant frustration for conservation agents. This

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