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May 2013

Perry Memorial Conservation Area

Diverse habitats attract unique birds to Perry Conservation Area

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The 4,134-acre Perry Area area is south of Concordia and Sweet Springs and reached via rural roads.

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Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center

Cape Girardeau Nature Center hosts ‘Families in Nature’

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Baby peregrine falcons stirring in the Commerce Tower nest

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James A. Reed Wildlife Area

Road improvements could cause detours at the MDC Reed Wildlife Area

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Be aware of construction detours from May 28 into July.

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Bill Bennett

St. Joseph outdoor writer to be inducted into Conservation Hall of Fame

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William “Bill” Bennett to be honored posthumously.

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Discover nature with wildlife camera at Runge Nature Center

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Live-streaming video runs 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

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Steve Bubeck examines lavender blooms of locoweed

For unique views and wildflowers, climb a loess hill prairie

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Unusual wildflowers are blooming at the Brickyard Hill Conservation Area in Atchison County.

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Falcon in the Sky in Kansas City

Baby falcon hatches in nest on KC skyscraper, viewable on MDC webcam

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Fishing for Smallmouth Bass

MDC needs anglers’ help with bass tagging study in Ozark streams

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Returning smallmouth bass tags can help MDC manage this popular game fish.

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baby fawn

Young wildlife is best left in the wild

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Young animals’ best chance of survival is in their natural homes.

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Photo of spotted knapweed plant showing foliage and growth habit

MDC offers workshop in Concordia on battling invasive plants

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For more information, call 660-747-8200, ext. 117.

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Missouri Champion Northern Red Oak

New state champion northern red oak crowned in Howard County

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