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Predator Control for Landowners

I occasionally receive emails or phone calls from concerned quail hunters and landowners about the decline in bobwhite quail and grassland birds. I always provide them information on what Missouri is doing to restore habitat for bobwhites and grassland birds.

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Reflections

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"Reflections" for the November, 1999 Missouri Conservationist.

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Regulations and Permits Definitions

Knowing regulations and permits definitions helps you abide by the Wildlife Code of Missouri.

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Resident application for commercial fishing, roe fish commercial harvest, and roe fish dealer permits.

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Download and fill out this permit application practice falconry.

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Downloadable monthly reporting form  for resident and non-resident roe fish dealers.

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Special Fishing and Hunting Permits

Find permit applications for lifetime permits, special military permits, group permits, and method exemptions.

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Special Permits

Browse information about Missouri's commercial and collector permits, reduced-cost military permits, and special fishing and hunting permits.

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hunter with permit and permits attached to turkey and deer legs

Step 3: Tag It if You Leave It

As long as you stay with your harvested deer or turkey, you don’t need to attach your notched permit to the animal, but you must keep your permit on hand. If you leave your harvest, you must attach your notched permit to the deer or turkey’s leg. We recommend sealing the permit in a plastic bag and attaching the bag with sting, wire, or tape. You may transport your deer or turkey within Missouri.

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Download, print, fill out, and send in this application to engage in tagging and releasing fish in association with a fishing promotion, contest or other event.

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