May 2011

Infant or injured, the right place for wildlife is in the wild

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baby fawn
Leave Bambi in the movies and wildlife in the wild. Trying to rescue orphaned or injured wildlife can actually hurt them. More

Memorial Day Salute from MDC

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Squirrel season opens May 28

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Image of a gray squirrel
Bag limit is 10 and possession limit is 20. More

Black bass season opens May 28 for Ozark Streams

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Left to right: largemouth, spotted and smallmouth bass
Limits and other regulations vary by body of water. More

Canines for tines, hunting dogs that retrieve shed antlers

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Antler Retrieving Dog
The five-month-old dog is well on the way to being a successful hunting companion for those who enjoy finding shed antlers. More

Judge imposes maximum fine in zebra mussel case

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Photo of zebra-mussel-infested boatlift removed from Smithville Lake
Sentence highlights personal responsibility for negligent introductions. More

Explore conservation areas on National Trails Day

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Discover nature by exploring some of the 700-plus miles of foot, bicycle and equestrian trails on conservation areas. More

Quail conservationists unite at Missouri Bobwhite Quail Summit

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Photo of male northern bobwhite
June 16 seminar seeks to improve quail and small-game population by educating landowners. More

Let MDC help you discover nature through a summer "staycation"

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Online Conservation Atlas can help you plan Missouri outdoor adventures. More

Record fish a reminder of unwanted “successes”

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Photo of Gene Swope and grandsons with record bighead carp
106-pound fish was never supposed to swim free in Missouri. More

June 2011 Conservation Commission Meeting Agenda

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Missouri sends 286 students to national archery tournament

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Photo of students at national archery in the schools tournament.
Skyler Price of Maries R-2 and Katie Nordstrom of Willard High School earn top honors. More