April 2014

Water Quality Monitoring

Public invited to help water quality monitoring of Dardenne Creek May 4

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A successful turkey hunter with his gobbler.

First-week turkey harvest encouraging

Harvest numbers were up in six of eight regions.

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Rainbow Trout

Roaring River to host Kids Fishing Day

Discover nature through Kids’ Fishing Day on May 17 at Roaring River State Park.

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Find MO Fish App

Anglers can “Find MO Fish” with MDC updated free mobile app

Conservation makes Missouri a great place to fish and MDC mobile app can help find them.

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Fish Cleaning

Learn to clean and cook Asian Carp with MDC in Columbia

See cleaning and cooking demonstration of Asian Carp and catfish on May 4 at North Village Farmers and Artisans Market in Columbia.

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Collared Lizard at Peck Ranch Conservation Area

MDC seeks public input during May on management of Peck Ranch

The state agency is in a multi-year process of updating management plans for its conservation areas and is inviting public comment.

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Paddlefish Caught in Missouri River

Paddlefish swims many rivers and miles to KC

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Missouri's protected wilderness in the Ozarks

Wilderness Act celebrated at Gorman Discovery Center

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WildHeart Musical Group

MDC Cape Nature Center offers free WildHeart concert on Friday

This Parent’s Choice® and Emmy Award® winning family group of conservation educators and entertainers focuses on bringing the heart of the wild to the heart of the child.

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Teachers learn archery through MoNASP

MDC to hold MoNASP archery instructor training class in Fayette

Teachers can help students learn responsibility and focus through MDC training workshop for Missouri’s National Archery in the Schools Program.

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Youth outdoor skills day set near Sedalia

May 10 event is free but preregistration is required by May 5.

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Photo of several wild turkey hen poults in grassy field

MDC offers wild turkey habitat workshop on May 17 in Sweet Springs

The workshop is free, but preregistration by May 14 is required.

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