From Saturday, March 27, through Tuesday, March 30, 2010, we journey north and west to report on bird migration, endangered species, habitat restoration and other land, water and wildlife issues in northwest Missouri and central Nebraska. We’ve timed our expedition to coincide with one of the planet’s great natural wonders – the migration of more than a half-million sandhill cranes as they stop along a small piece of the Platte River.
- Dancing with Extinction: Florida Field Reporting, 2013
- Sustainable Living Fair attracts ‘green’ crowd
- Despite high water, group cleans Missouri River at Jefferson City
- Six Weeks in Sinks Canyon
- Field Reporting Institute Day 1 Reflection
- Sex on the river
- “Jack’s Fork River” More Like “Jack’s Cans River”
- Family Comes First at This Cattle Ranch
- Oh, What a Trip!
- Who’s to blame for water quality issues?