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See the Spring 2011 edition of the Missouri Natural Areas Newsletter for information on natural areas, natural community management, and biological diversity conservation news!

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Each year, citizen volunteers and MDC staff record the number of wild turkey hens and poults that they observe during June, July, and August. These observations are used to determine the success of the hatch, which is the driving force in determining wild turkey abundance.

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Missouri's Comprehensive Wildlife Strategy identifies places where agencies, landowners, local governments, nonprofits and businesses can do the most for all of our state's wildlife species.

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Note To Our Readers

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Most Missourians understand and accept the need for rules that ensure wise use of Missouri’s natural resources.

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Predators And Prey - And People

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Predators and prey usually maintain a balance, until you throw people into the mix.

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Rules of Engagement

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How you conduct yourself in the "critter wars" is key to minimizing wildlife damage.

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Small Game on Your Property

Learn to manage your land for popular small game such as squirrels and cottontail rabbits.

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The Population Debate

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The numbers add up to big problems for farmland and wildlife resources.

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This 63-page document outlines the Department's ten-year (2010-2020) strategic plan for the recovery of the Topeka shiner in Missouri.

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Turtles

Turtle Roundup at Eagle Bluffs

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Scientists and volunteers brave wet and muck for better all-species management.

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