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May 2014

MDC investigating turkey hunting incident

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Quail

MDC offers quail habitat workshop in Caldwell County

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Reservations are requested by May 14.

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boy fishing

Get hooked with MDC Free Fishing Days June 7-8

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During Free Fishing Days, anyone can fish in the Show-Me State without having to buy a fishing permit, trout stamp, or trout park daily tag.

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Mature gobblers like this one were plentiful this year.

2014 spring turkey harvest up for third year in a row

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Harvest numbers reflect favorable weather and improved turkey production.

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Pavement spells danger for three-toed box turtles.

Turtle Alert!

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Motorists can help these harmless, fascinating creatures survive another million years.

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Examining Plants at a Loess Hills Prairie

Field day offered for managing loess hills timber and prairie

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Deer

Conservation Department announces deer meetings

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Learn about current management goals and meet with biologists in one-on-one conversations.

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Boy With Fish

Discover nature with MDC at “Reel” time fishing event on June 7 in Columbia

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Bait will be provided, as well as fishing poles for those who do not have their own.

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Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center

Cape Nature Center: June ‘Families in Nature’ event set with two fun-filled sessions

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Registration is required and begins May 15.

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MDC to hold vehicle and equipment auction June 7 in Salem

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For a list of auction items and procedures, go online to mdc.mo.gov/node/5585.

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Fishing rod and reel loaner program added to Farmington, Bonne Terre libraries

Fishing rod and reel loaner program added to Farmington, Bonne Terre libraries

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A white-tailed deer doe and fawn with spots.

Conservation Department urges state-wide vigilance to protect white-tailed deer

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Anyone who sees sick deer should report it to their local conservation agent or office.

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