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Beaver on land, chewing log

Beaver

Castor canadensis
These semiaquatic rodents are distinguished by their large size, webbed hind feet and large, horizontally flattened tail that is covered with leathery scales.

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Beaver Control

Learn to identify, prevent, and control beaver damage on your Missouri property.

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Tree cut down beside open field to create quail habitat

Better Rabbit Habitat

Learn to improve cottontail rabbit habitat on your Missouri land and to control wild rabbits if they become a nuisance.

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Bears

Black Bear

Ursus americanus
One of the largest wild mammals in Missouri, the black bear is unmistakable with its black fur and powerful bearing.

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Black Bear Control

Learn to identify, prevent, and control black-bear damage on your Missouri property.

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Black Bear Study (Phase 1)

The first phase of this study consists of trapping and radio-collaring bears in parts of southern Missouri.

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Black bear study underway in Missouri

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The study, which is being funded through the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Wildlife Restoration program with help from Safari Club International, will provide information about the movement patterns, population densities, habitat preferences and overall numbers of Missouri bears.

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