January 2011

Property damage reported at Lake Girardeau Conservation Area

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Contact local conservation office or Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Department with any info. More

Hunters can certify racks at Henges Range antler scoring event

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How does your rack stack up? Find out at deer antler scoring event at Henges Shooting Range. More

46 elk captured, health protocols in progress

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The catch includes spike bulls and several pregnant cows. More

Deer hunters free bucks with antlers locked together

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Trout Derby in Sedalia Feb. 2

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rainbow trout
Sedalia’s winter trout fishing program will be celebrated Feb. 2 with a Trout Derby at Liberty Park Pond. More

Trees yield sweet treats at Rockwoods Maple Sugar Festival

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It’s a sweet time for family fun at Maple Sugar Festival. More

Hunters shoot mountain lion near Macon

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image of dead mountain lion
Hunters say animal posed threat. Fourth recent confirmed report brings total to 14 in Missouri since 1994. More

Workshops teach landscaping with Missouri plants

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Landscape pros and native-plant enthusiasts are invited to attend at Longview campus of MCCollege in Lee’s Summit. More

Author encourages birding for new audiences

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Author will discuss, “Birding for Everyone, Encouraging People of Color to Become Birdwatchers.” More

Chesterfield sighting confirmed to be a mountain lion

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mountain lion in Chesterfield
This third recent confirmed report brings the total to 13 in Missouri since 1994. More

Reward offered for information regarding deer poaching

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The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is seeking information about three deer killed illegally in the early morning hours of Dec. 10 inside the Warrensburg city limits near Lions Lake and the University Central Missouri’s Keth Memorial Golf Course. More

Elk restoration effort moves forward in Missouri

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Missouri’s first elk is in a holding pen, awaiting company. More