When I said last Saturday that I didn’t have any video for you, I misspoke. I found this interesting tidbit in my archive, way back behind the hundreds of photos of deer I have from the game cameras.
Spring seemed to be in a hurry to get to my part of the Ozarks on this day and was rushing through the trees. Apparently it thought better of the idea and yielded to winter a couple of times since then. Still, I was able to get this video of our shelter tarp. We’ve since snugged up the lines so the tarp will behave more respectfully.
- Double-crested cormorants arrive at wetland areas late this month.
Today in Missouri history:
- The cornerstone for the first Catholic cathedral west of the Mississippi was laid on this date in 1818. Though the mostly wooden building lasted only 17 years, its successor stands on the riverfront in St. Louis to this day.