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Image of a banded scuplin

Banded Sculpin

Cottus carolinae
This rather strange-looking freshwater fish belongs to a family and an order whose members are mostly marine — and indeed, the banded sculpin looks quite a bit like its cousins, which sometimes end up in saltwater aquariums.

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Barb Ostmann begins weaving her basket at a DNW workshop at Twin Pines

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Barb Ostmann begins weaving her free-form basket made of oak, grapevine and cedar. the project was part of a Discover Nature Women workshop held at Twin Pines CEC

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Barred Owl at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Barred Owl at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

Barred Owl at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

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Barb Ostmann with her free-form basket nearly complete.

Basket Weaver

Barb Ostmann nears completion on her partiotic free-form basket at the Discover Nature Women workshop held at the Twin Pines CEC.

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MDC biologist extracts a tooth from a tranquilized black bear for study

Bear Biologist Extracts Bear Tooth

MDC bear biologist, Jeff Beringer, extracts a tooth from a tranquilized black bear for study.

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Become a Master Naturalist for Camden-County area

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Attend orientation on Feb. 13 in Camdenton for classes Feb. 27 to May 21.

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Photo of a belted crayfish, also called Big River crayfish.

Belted Crayfish (Big River Crayfish)

Orconectes harrisoni
The belted crayfish is medium-small, tan, with a distinctive pattern of alternating olive-green and reddish-brown bands on the abdominal segments. It is found only in the Big River and its tributaries.

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Child Fishing with Fish In Net

Bennett Spring to host Kids' Fishing Day on May 3

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