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Pen Brady Frog Art

Pen Brady Frog Art

Discover nature through Missouri artist Pen Brady’s contemporary artistic impressions in "A Macrocosm of Design: Diversity in Missouri Flora and Fauna." This exhibit, which features 12 original prints, is open to the public to view for free through Aug. 31 in the lobby of the MDC Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City.

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Pen Brady Lizard Art

Pen Brady Lizard Art

Discover nature through Missouri artist Pen Brady’s contemporary artistic impressions in "A Macrocosm of Design: Diversity in Missouri Flora and Fauna." This exhibit, which features 12 original prints, is open to the public to view for free through Aug. 31 in the lobby of the MDC Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City.

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Permission Forms

Print out and sign these permission forms before attending our events.

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Featuring: Let's Play and a listing of Conservation-related events and activities in the Central Missouri region.

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Runge Conservation Nature Center

A family walks one of the five trails located at Runge Conservation Nature Center.

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Runge Conservation Nature Center

MDC's Runge Conservation Nature Center is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday with extended hours until 8 p.m. on Thursdays. The outdoor trails are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.

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Image of a pallid sturgeon

Runge Nature Center hosting Aquatic Relatives of the Dinosaurs

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Learn about the pallid sturgeon and its incredible journey from a path of extinction to increasing abundance in Missouri's large rivers.

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Ruby-throated hummingbird in flight

Runge Nature Center hosting Hummers of Summer

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Discover nature and follow the story of our smallest bird as it prepares for fall migration at Hummers of Summer from 6 to 8 p.m. on Aug. 9.

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Runge Nature Center hosting summer youth camp

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Discover nature at Runge Conservation Nature Center five-day youth camp June 4–8.

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