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Burr Oak Woods Nature Walk

Burr Oak Woods Nature Walk

Rilee Harris, 4, of Blue Springs, and her father, Brandon Harris, explore Burr Oak Woods Nature Center’s Discover Nature outdoor classroom, which doubles as a play area in the woods.

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Butterfly Milkweed

Burr Oak Woods offers "naturescaping" workshop and native plant sale

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A workshop on landscaping with native plants will be offered 8 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. on March 17 at the Missouri Department of Conservation's (MDC) Burr Oak Woods Nature Center in Blue Springs. A native plant sale will follow the workshop.

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2015 Natural Events Calendar

Connect with nature at MDC KC-area sites during holidays

Get some cabin fever relief with MDC programs and events.

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Superman battles alien invaders at Burr Oak Woods

Help superheroes battle alien invaders at Burr Oak Woods

Family event on Oct. 4

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Burr Oak Woods Indoor Play Area

MDC Burr Oak Woods Nature Center marks 30-year milestone

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Discover nature and have free family fun at anniversay events Oct. 5 and 6

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Rachel Carson

MDC nature film fest honors genius of Rachel Carson and Aldo Leopold

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Burr Oak Woods Nature Center will celebrate their legacy with free nature film day Dec. 29, including award-winning movies Green Fire and Sense of Wonder.

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A 10-point white-tailed deer buck stands in a field.

MDC to host open house in Blue Springs on deer regulations

Public input welcomed at Feb. 24 event at MDC Burr Oak Woods Nature Center.

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Serviceberry

MDC's Burr Oak Woods and Discovery Center to host native plant events

MDC offers native plant expertise for home landscaping.

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Indigo Bunting

MDC's Burr Oak Woods offers guided birding hikes

Join the “Bird Nerd Naturalists” for free outdoor fun for all ages.

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Photo of common morels growing on forest floor

Mushroom expert to speak at Burr Oak Woods

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Move over morels. Many different edible wild mushroom species grow in the woodlands, and author Maxine Stone can help you tell the difference between tasty versus deadly.

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