November 2013

deer hunting

Diverse factors reduce November deer harvest

Of all the factors in play, weather probably was least important.

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American Bald Eagle catching a fish

Raptors and waterfowl featured at 35th annual Eagle Days at Squaw Creek

Discover nature at Eagle Days on Dec. 7 and 8 at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge.

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MDC Northeast Regional Office

Holiday nature crafting with MDC in Kirksville

Dec. 11. event is free, but pre-registration is required by Dec. 10.

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St. Peter’s residents spruce chosen for governor’s mansion Christmas tree

It’s a long-standing annual tradition for MDC to supply the official Christmas tree displayed in front of the Governor’s mansion.

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Forest Management

MDC offers forestry field day in Miller County

The Dec. 19 workshop is free and lunch will be provided, however participants must pre-register by Dec. 17.

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2014 Natural Events Calendar Cover

Avoid shopping crowds with green gifts from MDC

The Conservation Department has something for everyone on your shopping list.

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Two white-tailed deer does stand in icy field.

MDC to host deer processing class in Kirksville

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Opening-weekend deer harvest blown away

Numbers are down, but hunters have plenty of time to make up the difference.

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Photo of scientist using a drawknife to expose thousand cankers disease

Firewood caution urged for deer hunters

Moving firewood can spread devastating forest pests.

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“Mast” survey provides insights for deer, turkey hunters

Information about acorn abundance can help hunters plot hunting strategy.

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MDC seeks waterfowl hunters' input on proposed blind regulation changes for Upper Mississippi CA

MDC hopes to enhance hunter opportunities by allowing multiple hunting blind options.

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Conservation agents conduct archery compliance check

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