A Natural Heritage
Station A. Lumberman's Logging Chute, described below.
Station B. Limestone & Dolomite fracturing: bedrock cracks or "joints".
Station C. Naturally Solar Heated Bluff: Red Cedars, Lip Fern.
Station D. Nature's Apartment Houses: overhanging rock
outcroppings: possibly used as shelter by Indians.
Station E. Example of sediment extending the cove banks.
Station F. Lichens: plant life growing right out of rock.
Station G. Remains of lake reefs developed in ancient seas.
Station H. Cave, typical of the region's "karst"
topography, which also includes sinkholes, underground streams,
large springs and natural bridges.
Station I. Glade, Missouri's version of a desert.
Station J. Natural chert gravel beach.
Station K. Best growing conditions in the Ozarks.
Station L. "Pigeon Holes"
Station M. "Slumping" and "Creeping".
Station N. Nature's window in the bluff: "Slice
Information provided by the Missouri Department of Natural