April 2012

Oz Hawksley named Master Conservationist

This college professor, outdoor-skills educator and author has inspired generations of citizen and professional conservationists. More

Fish stocked, reproducing at Little River CA

Combs Lake Management Efforts

Morley is home to champion black oak

Champion Black Oak
A black oak tree in Morley has been certified as the largest known tree of its species in the state by MDC. More

Sikeston man catches rare Missouri visitor in Cape G. diversion channel

David Warren catches mullet
Striped mullet ventured up Mississippi River from Gulf of Mexico. More

First Turkey Awards turn memories into a mementos

You can even add a photo of your favorite hunter. More

Get free trees and more at MDC Arbor Day celebration in St. Joseph

planting a seedling
Attend free family event on April 14 at MDC Northwest Regional Office. More

Bowfishing duo doubles down on state-record bowfin

David Warren holds his Missouri state-record bowfin.
They realized too late they could have had two records. More

Meeting of the Missouri Conservation Commission

Conservation Department Headquarters 2901 West Truman Boulevard, Jefferson City, Missouri Thursday, April 12 – 10:00 a.m. – Executive Session (Closed) Thursday, April 12 – 1:00 p.m. – Budget Workshop Friday, April 13 – 8:30 a.m. – Regular Open Meeting More

“Subtending” exercise leads to aha! moment for turkey hunters

An exercise conducted recently at the Andy Dalton Range shed light on the causes of turkey-hunting incidents. More