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Share your photos with the River Hills Traveler!

Fishing, traveling, hunting… you name it! Send them to us by email at jimmy@riverhillstraveler.com and we’ll publish them in our next issue. We look forward to hearing from you!


Roger Smith Photo

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After the cold spell lifted, all the bucks came out to feed mid-day and seemed to be yarded up Jan. 7 on this property near Ste. Genevieve, Mo. One had already shed both antlers while a couple others had shed one with one remaining.


Photos sent in by reader Albert Hedges

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Albert Hedges, from Ozark, Mo., sent in these photos right from his backyard. Have you ever seen a garter snake hanging out in a tree like that? Or a robin nest that beautiful? Also, you can check out videos that he has sent in from his back porch here.


December 2016 Reader Photos

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Albino deer spotted by Traveler readers

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Greg and Kathy Fister took these pictures of an albino deer in February at Jefferson Barracks Park in South St. Louis County. “We first saw the deer back in September,” said Kathy. “It is usually on the east side of the park along the walking trail and by the baseball fields. We have enjoyed watching this rare animal.” The Fisters live close to the park and usually go there an hour or so before dark. “And the deer is almost always out,” Kathy said.


 

Bourbeuse River flooding in Union

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December 2015 Reader Photos

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November 2015 Reader Photos

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