Young Bucks Outdoors

An extreme threat - Another state invaded by tegus

An extreme threat - Another state invaded by tegus

By Buckmasters Online

Photo: A dangerous invader has arrived in South Carolina, the Argentine black and white tegu lizard.– Photo courtesy Dustin Smith, SCDNR. Argentine black and white tegus first invaded Florida, the state with more invasive species than any other. Then they moved into Georgia, greatly alarming to conservationists and biologists. On August 21, 2020, a year after their ...

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NASP recognizes Academic Archers, On Target for Life winners

NASP recognizes Academic Archers, On Target for Life winners

By Buckmasters Online

Photo: Alexa Namphy with her new Genesis bow, has been named one of the top 10 Academic Archers in the U.S. by the NASP. – Photo courtesy ADCNR. Despite the global challenge of virtual classrooms during the Covid 19 virus, an all-time high of 31,961 students were registered in the National Archery in the Schools (NASP) Academic Archer program at the close of the 2019...

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YBO Critter Tales

Brown Booby makes rare appearance in Missouri Ozarks
Brown Booby makes rare appearance in Missouri Ozarks

By Missouri Department of Conservation

Photo: The first-ever sighting of the tropical seabird, the Brown Booby, was made in the Ozarks along the Current River in Ripley County in southern Missouri. – Photo courtesy of Debbie Prance-Orosz, MDC. Missouri recently made histor... READ MORE


Is that a dead snake or . . . ?
Is that a dead snake or . . . ?

By Buckmasters Online

Photo: Is it really dead or is this snake playing possum? – Photo courtesy Douglas Mills. People who study reptiles and some who simply like snakes often become very cheerful when they encounter an Eastern hognose snake on a hiking tr... READ MORE


Uncommonly unique—our friend the barn owl
Uncommonly unique—our friend the barn owl

By Buckmasters Online

Photo: This laughing barn owl just ate a vole. They are rodent-killing machines whose presence is so welcome that farmers and landowners build nesting boxes to encourage them to stay. You will find them on every continent, except Antarctic... READ MORE


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