Outdoor Guide Magazine

  • January 27, 2017The Mockingbird

    The Mockingbird

    Play make-believe with me for a moment, OK? Let’s say you die and then you are reincarnated as a bird. What bird would you be? Would you..

  • January 27, 2017Natural Watershed Gets Protection

    Natural Watershed Gets Protection

    Great places like Forest Park in the heart of St. Louis provide a little bit of green among the concrete jungle, but for all of the..

  • January 27, 2017Tips, Tricks and Thoughts for the Great Outdoors

    Tips, Tricks and Thoughts for the Great Outdoors

    The 80 Days of February By LARRY WHITELEY Let’s see, how does that old saying go? “30 days hath September, April, June and November…

  • January 27, 2017Wildlife Wrangling and Outdoor Ramblings

    Wildlife Wrangling and Outdoor Ramblings

    Making Friends While Beaver Brawling Photo and Text By RANDALL P. DAVIS I learned early on there are no two ways about it – beaver..

  • January 27, 2017More to Life than  Deer Hunting

    More to Life than Deer Hunting

    Photo and Text By TED NUGENT I think everybody hanging around the Nuge Spirit campfire can agree on another hunting lifestyle truism; deer..

  • January 27, 2017Early Butterflies Put on a Spring Show

    Early Butterflies Put on a Spring Show

    By BARBARA PERRY LAWSON Some butterflies hibernate, over-wintering in deep crevices of rock or tree bark. Mourning cloak and tortoiseshell..

  • December 29, 2016If We Lived Five Hundred Years

    If We Lived Five Hundred Years

    Some might say I have lived fast and hard. And now that I am in my 60s, with the way I feel sometimes, I might agree. Groucho Marx once..

  • December 29, 2016Removing Plants That Don’t Belong

    Removing Plants That Don’t Belong

    I am proud of my crusade against the invasive honeysuckle bush species. I have pulled, cut and poisoned hundreds of the plants around my..

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