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A New, Old Way to Hunt

Bow Hunting
Whether you’re looking for a new challenge or just an escape from the tree-stand, hunting from the ground can add all new elements to your hunt. More
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Afloat For Fish

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Terrific scenery, abundant fish... little wonder float fishing remains a popular Ozark tradition. More

Aunt Margaret

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Passenger pigeons disappeared when Ozarks pioneer Aunt Margaret was middle aged. More

Back Cover

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Views to the horizon are rare in the Missouri Ozarks. More

Bockman Family hiking on a cool day

the Bockman Family take advantage of a cool day to discover nature
Harper, Michelle and Skyler Bockman get outside and hike on a cool day.  Hiking is great for both physical and mental health.  More

Braggarts Welcome

JT Barkley with his first buck
At Twin Pines, we’re trying to recreate the atmosphere and camaraderie of hunters at the check-in stations that were once so common in November. More

Build It and They Will Come

Food plots at the edge of shortleaf pine woodland
Habitat improvements at Rocky Creek Conservation Area will provide much needed open land for both game and non-game species. More

But it is good for you...

the Bockman Family take advantage of a cool day to discover nature
Don’t let the tyrant winter keep you inside! Exercise your freedom to be happy and healthy on any number of local nature trails or conservation areas. More

Conservation Agents Conduct Large Wildlife Violation Investigation in the Ozarks

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Photo of Ozark Wildlife Code violations.
A large investigation involving illegal commercialization of wildlife and wildlife parts was brought to a close this weekend where the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) documented a total of 299 serious violations in seven counties across southern Missouri. More

Current River railroad tie drive 1910

ties would choke the Current River in the early days of Ozarks timber harvesting
In the early days of timber harvest in the Ozarks, spring railroad tie drives would choke the Current River, disturbed fish spawning and made travel by boat impossible.  More