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  The Outdoor Journal Kyle Carroll kyle.l.carroll@gmail.com The End of October   October has gone past us again. One of the best months of the year seems to always fly by. With its passing, two seasons came to a close. The Fall Firearms Turkey season ended on the 31st and once again, numbers...
  The Outdoor Journal Kyle Carroll kyle.l.carroll@gmail.com   A Missouri Bear Hunt It was just light enough to see the muzzle of my riffle. Coyotes howled from first one ridge, then another, echoing down through wooded hollows for a mile. I poured 70 grains of powder down the barrel of my gun and...
OUTDOOR JOURNAL Kyle Carroll   Blue Jays   Blue jays are pretty hard to miss. I'm speaking figuratively of course. They are big, loud and brightly colored. They are a flashy, intelligent bird that lives in our part of the country year round. This common, large songbird is familiar to many people,...
The Outdoor Journal Kyle Carroll kyle.l.carroll@gmail.com   Archery Deer Numbers – The First 25 Days The first 25 days of the archery deer and turkey season have been abnormally warm and dry.  There were a few days when the season opened in September where the nights were cool, but on average , it'...
  The Outdoor Journal Kyle  Carroll Kyle.l.carroll@gmail.com   Archery Deer and Turkey Season   Missouri's archery deer and turkey season has opened on the 15th of September for enough years now that it almost feels normal. The season traditionally opened on the first of October, until the decision...
The Outdoor Journal Kyle Carroll kyle.l.carroll@gmail.com   JOIN OR DIE   That was the motto on the revolutionary war flag featuring a cartoon attributed to Benjamin Franklin. The famous image featured a woodcut showing a snake cut into to eighths, with each segment labeled with the initials of one...
The Outdoor Journal Kyle Carroll kyle.l.carroll@gmail.com   Oregon Bill Would Ban, Hunting Fishing and Animal Husbandry   Yes, you read that correctly.  Extremists in Oregon are circulating a petition that would make hunting, fishing and most farm operations illegal in that state.  Even for Oregon...
The Outdoor Journal Kyle Carroll kyle.l.carroll@gmail.com   Dragon Flies   As we move into mid August, Purple Martins have gathered in large flocks and Bluebirds and Robins are fattening up on the Grey Dogwood berries. Insect populations are peaking out as well. A half dozen large green dragonflies...

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