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Headwaters (1966)

The upper reaches of streams are a wonderful part of this world. But they are delicate and vulnerable environments, often assaulted unknowingly by human use of the land. The film introduces the “citizens” of this unique world, featuring the smallmouth bass, and shows how these creatures live and die in a small community.Produced by Missouri Dept. of Conservation (1966).

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75th Anniversary photo contest winner: Insects and Spiders category

Insects and Spiders

Tachinid fly at Forest Park in late summer. Cool evening.

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75th Anniversary photo contest winner: Mammals category

Mammals

"Ozark Bruin" Missouri Black bear photographed in Webster County.

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75 years

Missouri's Unique Conservation Legacy

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The Missouri Department of Conservation is celebrating our 75th anniversary. The beginning of Missouri’s unique citizen-led conservation story is featured here. Many of the successful partnerships and programs that have helped to restore the fish, forest and wildlife resources of Missouri, as well as the challenges ahead, will be highlighted in the “Conservationist” over the next year.

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Missouri's Wetlands

Missouri's Wetlands

Image for Missouri Wetlands.

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More Than Trees (1976)

Discover the cycle of life in the forest, both above and below ground, throughout the year. Produced by Missouri Dept. of Conservation (1976).

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Our Wild Inheritance (1976)

This film shows 66 species of animals that have lived or still live in Missouri.Produced by Missouri Dept. of Conservation (1976).

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75th Anniversary photo contest winner: Outdoor Recreation category

Outdoor Recreation

Early morning fishing on Lake Taneycomo in Branson Missouri.

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Ozark Rainbows (1977)

Produced by Missouri Dept. of Conservation (1977).

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