November 2012

MDC to host deer processing class in Hannibal


Discover nature with Eagle Days around the state

Big rivers, many lakes and wetlands make Missouri especially attractive to bald eagles. More

MDC offers incentive payments for CRP enrollment, enhancements

Incentive payments will help enhance private land for quail and other early successional wildlife, waterfowl, and grassland birds. More

Eagle Days welcomes wildlife watchers to Squaw Creek refuge

Eagle Days Squaw Creek Presentation

Mississippi River featured in Cape G. Nature Center programs, exhibits

Image of a pallid sturgeon
Programs will take place in the main auditorium at the Nature Center and are open to all ages with no registration required. More

Hamburg Ferry Access closing for renovations

The nearest alternate public boat ramp is Norton Woods Access. More

Shooting range on MDC Logan Conservation Area to shut down in December for renovations

The range is expected to reopen by spring of 2013. The rest of the conservation area will remain open to the public. More

MDC Cape Nature Center brings nature programs to schools

Students learned about pelts, gills, feathers and more from MDC employees. More

Conservation Officials work with hunters to monitor deer herd

Hunters can compensate for losses to hemorrhagic diseases. More

MDC goes to the Science Fair

Students participating in the Discover Nature Schools program can win extra recognition More

November deer harvest biggest in four years

A healthy deer herd and hunter participation are keys to the Show-Me State’s success More

Special hunt at Smithville Lake helps hunters with mobility challenges

Kevin Bratten bagged buck during special managed hunt