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American Bald Eagle perched near Mill Creek at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

American Bald Eagle perched near Mill Creek at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

American Bald Eagle perched near Mill Creek at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

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Barred Owl at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Barred Owl at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Barred Owl at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

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Bobcat at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Bobcat at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Bobcat at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

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Bull and cow elk at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Bull and cow elk at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Bull and cow elk at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

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Bull Elk at Peck Ranch

Bull Elk at Peck Ranch

Peck Ranch Conservation Area in northwest Carter County and eastern Shannon County is home to a wide variety of native wildlife, including deer, turkey, and Missouri’s first herd of wild elk in more than 100 years.

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Bull elk bugling at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Bull elk bugling at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Bull elk bugling at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

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Bull elk duel at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Bull elk duel at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Bull elk duel at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

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Collared Lizard at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Collared Lizard at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Collared Lizard at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

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Collared Missouri Elk Bulls

Collared Missouri Elk Bulls

Missouri elk bulls with tracking collars are photographed at Peck Ranch in December 2011.  These were among the first wild elk to arrive in Missouri in May.

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Bull and cow elk at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Conservation Department hosts Ellington Landowner Elk Workshop

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