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10 Astounding Things You Should Know About the Dragonfly

Dragonflies need fresh water to complete their life cycle, so we often see them flying around the lakes at Tara and along the banks of the Mississippi River around pockets of still water. Dragonfly Life Cycle Dragonflies spend most of their lives as nymphs (larval form) in the water, sometimes for as long as 5 […]

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Required Hunting Licenses and Permits for Tara Wildlife

As hunters prepare for their visit to Tara, one of the most frequent questions we get from them is, “What license do I need for Tara?” Out of State Hunters If you plan to hunt at Tara and/or Halpino, there are three permits and one or two licenses that you will need to obtain. If […]

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10 Amazing Things You Never Knew About Raccoons

At Tara, we often see raccoon tracks near the edge of lakes and ponds where they often go to feed. Raccoons are nocturnal, so it isn’t very common to see them in the daytime, but sometimes we see one out and about in the daylight. Raccoons are omnivores, meaning they will feed on just about […]

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Top 6 Corporate Retreat Activities

The unique, rustic setting that Tara provides is perfect for relaxing and unwinding in the outdoors — away from to-do lists, ringing telephones, and a constant influx of email. We asked folks who attended a corporate retreat at Tara’s Herbert Bryant Conference Center to tell us what their favorite recreational activities were during their visit. […]

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