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Bailey Brother Collision Repair is proud to be a part of the north central Missouri community and takes pleasure in presenting this blog with tips for maintaining your vehicles, as well as community news and photo gallery celebrating the history and natural resources of north-central Missouri. Also, follow us on Facebook for our latest news, safety tips, and do-it-yourself advice, plus links to the history and natural resources of north-central Missouri.

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Monday, April 02 2018

Peregrine falcons at a generating plant smokestack at Thomas Hill Reservoir in north-central Missouri and locations in the Kansas City area are laying eggs and preparing to rear young. If viewed at the right time, you may see the young to hatch and later parents feeding the young.

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Monday, March 12 2018

The Missouri Department of Conservation and partners will host a Deer Spectacular on March 24 in Jamesport. Antlers will be measured for trophy scores in the morning session. In the afternoon, experts will talk about deer management and research, including a special deer study that is ongoing in northwest Missouri and in the Ozarks.

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Wednesday, February 28 2018

The free three-day, two-night camp introduces girls ages 11-15 to outdoor skills such as fishing, firearm safety, target shooting, and water safety.

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Saturday, February 03 2018

Matt and Kate Lambert, co-owners and operators of Uptown Farms,  recently received the first Missouri Leopold Conservation Award for their leadership in the effort to partner production and conservation practices.

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Tuesday, January 02 2018

Otters, Eagles, and Snowy Owls . . . It's hard to find a silver lining in all this cold weather, but maybe it's the chance to make lemonade out of lemons! Take the opportunity to dress warm and view these natural resources with your family.

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Friday, December 08 2017

"Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst!" Great advice for winter driving. Whether you are an experienced driver or have a new driver in the house, it's a good time to review the three P's of safe winter driving: PREPARE for the trip; PROTECT yourself; PREVENT crashes.

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Friday, July 14 2017

In 1933, the Popular Science Monthly introduced the first air conditioned automobile using refrigerant and compressor technology promising a future of "decreased carbon monoxide poisoning."


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Friday, June 23 2017

As you plan your 4th of July travels, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration cautions all those who plan to travel by car to think safety first to ensure a safe trip for them and their families.

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Tuesday, June 20 2017

With major vacation areas damaged during spring floods, the Missouri Department of Conservation is working to open river accesses across the state and bring trout parks back to normal for summer travelers.  Extensive damage at some river accesses has kept them closed as MDC work continues. While at state trout parks, the MDC has adjusted trout stocking to compensate for flooding so that anglers can expect quality fishing experiences.

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Monday, June 12 2017

The Great American Campout, June 24, brings together families, friends, youth groups, and more to connect with nature for a fun and memorable night sleeping under the stars. Join Missouri state parks and historic sites for a variety of programs throughout the state.

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