Content tagged with "Northeast"

Butterfly on Ironweed

Join MDC for a class on nature photography at the Kirksville office

Learn tips and techniques to help you snap the best nature photos.

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Photo of lead plant showing flowers and leaves

Join MDC for a tour of Spring Creek Ranch Natural Area May 24

The tour will highlight the area's savanna, the largest of its type in Missouri, and stream features. Register by May 23.

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Passenger Pigeon

Join MDC for a viewing of The Lost Bird Project at the Kirksville office

The hour-long film tells the story of five extinct birds, including the passenger pigeon, and how they met their fate. Discussion and activity will follow the film.

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Bull Elk

Join MDC for an Evening with Wildlife in Bowling Green on March 18

All parts of the event are free and open to the public.

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Photo of male wild turkey walking in mowed grass

Join MDC for an Evening with Wildlife in Macon

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Discover nature and spend an evening with wildlife from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, March 25, in the gymnasium at Macon High School.

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Racoon Tracks

Join MDC to learn how to identify animal tracks at the Kirksville office

Learn to recognize some common tracks and practice identification on a nature walk.

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Kirksville Regional Office and Interpretive Center

The Northeast Regional Office is located just south of Kirksville on Highway 63. Aside from housing our administrative offices, this Energy Star Award-winning building also includes an interpretive center.

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Landowners invited to forest and wildlife workshop April 16

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Event will be held on Haag property on Hwy 94 between Portland and Bluffton.

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Large-Flowered Gaura (Butterfly Flower; Longflower Beeblossom)

Oenothera filiformis (formerly Gaura longiflora, G. biennis)
Large-flowered gaura is a tall plant whose white flowers turn pinkish as they age. Four petals point upward, then bend back, and 8 stamens droop downward. The flowers look something like small butterflies.

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