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Missouri birds|Eastern Phoebe

The Eastern Phoebe typically doesn’t live in Missouri year-round but rather migrates into the state around early March. They hang out here until early October when they begin their migration south. While here, they typically have at least two clutches of eggs with 2-6 eggs per clutch.

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Missouri law | Minimum care for animals

Animals have the same basic needs for survival as humans; food, water, and shelter. You’d think it a no-brainer, but alas, some people just haven’t experienced that “ah-ha” moment yet. We see evidence of this in the daily news.

So, for those of you still clueless or otherwise needing a refresher, I’ve taken the liberty of outlining the basic requirements for animal care for Missouri.

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Caruthersville Humane Society going home | temporarily waiving adoption fees

“We have two shelters full of animals that we are working on rehoming and preparing for a move.” she said, “ and we are making basic upgrades and repairs to the Caruthersville building to prepare for state licensure. We ask that citizens understand that for a couple of weeks or so, we may not be operating either facility at full service.”

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