Are you tired of the latest internet best of list? I've found something interesting about a Missouri place that was recently named the 2nd safest city in the state. I think the word "safe" might be questionable as I've since learned that it's also home to just about every snake and snake imaginable. Oh, and it's got lots of possums, too.
It takes a special kind of devotion to commit your life to helping rescue native animals that are in distress. That's been the mission statement for a Missouri place that has been rescuing and rehabilitating animals for 43 years.
One of the great things about life in Missouri is your trail cam videos end up being a who's who of the wilderness. That is true of a new trail cam share out of Clay County which is full of deer, possums, bobcats and coyotes.
A Missouri family set up a trail cam to keep track of wildlife traversing their property. Their newest video share looks something along the lines of a Missouri version of "Jungle Book" with raccoons, deer, foxes and possums.