Content tagged with "Ozark"

Conservation Department urges state-wide vigilance to protect white-tailed deer

A white-tailed deer doe and fawn with spots.
Anyone who sees sick deer should report it to their local conservation agent or office. More

Cool Programs for a Hot July

It may be hot outside, but Missouri's only rural nature center has some pretty cool programs going on. More
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Cooperative field restoration promotes local economy and wildlife habitat

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Restoration of NPS Land After MDC Efforts
Cooperative efforts have renovated about 720 acres of open land within the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. More

Coyote at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Coyote at Peck Ranch Conservation Area
Coyote at Peck Ranch Conservation Area More

Crystal Darter

Color illustration of Crystal Darter
Crystallaria asprella
This pale, very slender darter is Endangered in Missouri. Formerly known from many river drainages in the east-central and southeastern parts of our state, it apparently now lives only in the Gasconade and Black rivers. More

Current River railroad tie drive 1910

ties would choke the Current River in the early days of Ozarks timber harvesting
In the early days of timber harvest in the Ozarks, spring railroad tie drives would choke the Current River, disturbed fish spawning and made travel by boat impossible.  More

Current River’s Corps from the Discovery Center

photo of the Kansas City Urban Ranger Corps
A group of young men from Kansas City gain an awareness of Ozarks Streams and while staff learn the possibilities of using the river as an interpretive center. More

Dennis McSpadden and granddaughter Madeline

Dennis McSpadden and granddaughter Madeline serve up a taskty catfish lunch
Dennis McSpadden of Van Buren Missouri is joined by his granddaughter Madeline at This year's Heritage Day at Twin Pines conservation Education Center where they served up more than 500 catfish lunches.  Funded by the Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation, Dennis is assisted by Tommy Smotherman, Twin Pines volunteers and the Forest Service Mingo Job Corp.  More