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2008 Missouri Waterfowl-Hunting Forecast

Sep 05, 2008

It looks like the dramatic flooding this past year will impact Missouri waterfowl hunting opportunities in a variety of ways. Andy Raedeke, Mallardsa waterfowl biologist for the Missouri Conservation Department, tells about the effects and what’s ahead for hunters in a brief interview. On our website, you can also get updates on the impacts at particular conservation areas. Teal season is about to begin this coming weekend, so hunters will have an incentive to check out the conditions at the various hunting areas across the state.

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Discover Paddling, Discover Nature

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A Cruddy Looking Success Story

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Inquiring minds want to know…

Jul 25, 2016

Inquiring minds want to know what is going on with the renovations at Duck Creek this summer. Below is a description of items that have been accomplished and other plans that will move forward as the summer progresses.