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Falcon in Kansas City on Nest

Falcon in Kansas City on Nest

A peregrine falcon covers up chicks in the nest box on a ledge near the top of the 30-story Commerce Tower building.

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Falcon in the Sky in Kansas City

Falcon in the Sky in Kansas City

This peregrine falcon flys guard duty near its nest on a ledge near the top of the Commerce Tower building at 911 Main St. in Kansas City. The nest is part of a two-decade falcon restoration project by the Missouri Department of Conservation.

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Muzzleloading Shotguns and Rifles

Fall Rendezvous planned at MDC Lake City Shooting Range

Enjoy black powder shooting and displays.

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Image of a false map turtle

False Map Turtle

Graptemys pseudogeographica pseudogeographica
The false map turtle is a medium-sized aquatic species with a low ridge along the center of the upper shell. A thick yellow line behind each eye forms a backward L shape. It occurs in large rivers and reservoirs in central, northeastern, northwestern, and southeastern Missouri.

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Madison Parkinson trapshooting

Families enjoy outdoors at MDC National Hunting and Fishing Day activities

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MDC helps families Discover Nature with National Hunting and Fishing Day activities at Reed Wildlife Area.

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Family Fishing

Family Fishing

Conservation makes Missouri a great place to fish for more than 1 million anglers.

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Family Outdoors Day at Reed Area

Family Outdoors Day at Reed Area

Enjoy archery, fishing and shooting at Family Outdoors Day Sept. 27 at MDC's Reed Area.

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fatmucket

Fatmucket

Lampsilis siliquoidea
The fatmucket was a favorite species harvested for the button industry in the early 1900s.

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Feral Hog

Feral Hog

This feral hog was captured in west central Missouri. As they root for food, they develop long and strong snouts that enable them to tear deep into soil.

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Feral Hog Damage

Feral Hog Damage

Feral hogs damaged this pasture. They use their snouts to root up soil looking for insects and roots to eat.

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