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Green Frog

Lithobates clamitans (formerly Rana clamitans)
The green frog looks similar to a bullfrog but is smaller and has a ridge of skin along the sides of the back that is not found on bullfrogs. It is a game animal in Missouri.

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Illustration of Grotto and Banded Sculpins.

Grotto and Banded Sculpins

Grotto sculpin (left) are a cave-dwelling type of banded sculpin (right). Biologists may soon determine that grotto sculpin deserve their own scientific name, separate from the "regular" banded sculpin.

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Hannibal TRIM grant workshop rescheduled

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Hannibal TRIM grant workshop rescheduled for March 12

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Hitting the mark: Macon R-1 schools begin archery program

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More than 25,000 Missouri students from 148 schools participate in MoNASP.

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Hoary Puccoon Blooms

Hoary Puccoon Blooms

Prairie wildflowers such as these hoary puccoon blooms are beautiful, support a wide variety of insects and bugs, and are food for wildlife in nature’s cycle of life.

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MDC Northeast Regional Office

Holiday nature crafting with MDC in Kirksville

Dec. 11. event is free, but pre-registration is required by Dec. 10.

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Hunters Urged To Be Extra Cautious With Campfires This Fall

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J. Thad Ray Memorial Wildlife Area

J. Thad Ray Memorial Wildlife Area

The J. Thad Ray Memorial Wildlife Area is located west of Hannibal in Marion County. Statewide, MDC conservation areas cover almost one million public acres for the purpose of restoring and conserving forest, fish, and wildlife resources, and for providing opportunities for all citizens to use, enjoy and learn about these resources.

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Johnny Darter

Etheostoma nigrum
Found primarily in pools and slow-moving riffles in sandy streams. Common in prairie streams of northeastern and central Missouri.

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