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Busch Shooting Range

Busch Shooting Range closed for renovation, Phase I now under way

The shooting range at the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area has closed to make way for construction of a new shooting facility.

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Busch Shooting Range closing one week for site testing

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The shooting range will be closed from Sept. 2 through Sept. 8 to perform site testing in preparation for range renovations beginning in 2015.

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Busch Shooting Range temporarily closing for repairs

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The rifle and pistol range at the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area will be closed from Monday, Aug. 23 through Thursday, Sept. 2 for repairs.

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Butterfly

Ellipsaria lineolata
The butterfly is one of the most beautiful of Missouri’s mussels.

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Photo of a Shufeldt’s dwarf crayfish.

Cajun Dwarf Crayfish and Shufeldt’s Dwarf Crayfish

Cambarellus puer and C. shufeldtii
Our two species of dwarf crayfish are both reddish brown to gray, with a paired series of dark, wavy stripes or dashes along the dorsal surface. In Missouri, both are found in the lowlands of the southeast or the Mississippi River floodplain.

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Camping in Black Bear Country

To have a safe, enjoyable camping or outdoor experience in Missouri's bear country, follow the Ten Commandments of Camping.

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Camping in Forest Park

WOW St. Louis offers the chance to camp out in Forest Park and discover many outdoor skills. The event takes place Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 12-13.

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Campout to connect with Missouri’s big rivers

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Have a great family camping weekend at the Second Annual Discover Nature: Families Confluence Campout at Columbia Bottom.

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Photo of Carolina larkspur plants with flowers

Carolina Larkspur (Prairie Larkspur)

Delphinium carolinianum
Small blue, lavender, or white flowers shaped like cornucopias dance along the tall stems of this Carolina larkspur, which grows in prairies and grasslands.

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