It's been quietly spreading among the Missouri deer population for decades, but one scientist believes the consequences are much more dire than just affecting wildlife. He believes if you want to see the disease that will eventually kill every single one of us, you need to look at what's happening to Missouri deer right now.
For once in my life, I can say that I've lived the advice I am giving instead of just saying something and doing the opposite. If you see a deer while you're driving down a road in Missouri, there are lots of ways to respond, but there's one thing you should never ever do.
Even if you hunt, you're not likely to see a piebald deer in your lifetime. For one Illinois hunter, not only did he see one of these rare bucks, but he took it down with only a bow as his video share proves.
A peculiar thing just happened in the Missouri woods - strange on many different levels. A hunter shared video of a deer that apparently doesn't understand how hunting works and got so close that the animal nearly tripped over him, but he scared it away in the most Missouri way possible.
The more things change, the more things stay the same. That's actually not true of the Missouri firearms deer season as there are numerous changes to know about before heading out into the backcountry.