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Free course will be taught at MDC's Andy Dalton Shooting Range in Greene County.
MDC, partner agencies are committed to ridding Missouri of this invasive species.
See live wildlife, learn about conservation, and have hands-on fun discovering nature.
MDC reminds dove hunters of 20 more hunting days this year and of numerous conservation areas for hunting.
Dove fields around state offer ample opportunities to learn to hunt these migratory game birds.
Participants will learn the basics of dove hunting, firearms safety, and shooting skills.
Two volunteers received framed wildlife art prints to commemorate outstanding service.
Free workshop addresses feral hog concerns and assistance available to landowners.
Educational seminars will also be part of Aug. 20 Kids' Fishing Day event.
The Aug. 2 skills session satisfies part two of Missouri hunter education requirements.
Jennifer Behnken brings her forestry education and combination of volunteer and professional experience to the job.
MDC is accepting applications until Aug. 29 for its next class of conservation agents.
Virtual wildlife new to Missouri found at two St. Louis area MDC sites.
MDC recognizes Springfield's Dale and Julie Garner for their volunteer instructional work.
MDC recognizes Laclede County agent Walt Hutton for teaching efforts.
Dave Cantoni of O’Fallon was recently named 2015’s statewide Hunter Education Instructor of the Year.
Bob Mallery of Wright City was recently named statewide bow hunter education Instructor of the year for 2015.
Long-time Johnson County agent Zielke transfers to Greene County Aug. 1.
Four Discover Nature – Fishing courses offered on Tuesday evenings in August, September.
More than 100 tree bundles to be sunk at select locations on reservoirs.
Educational backpacks contain everything needed for self-guided discovery of the area’s many natural habitats.
Largest known tree of its kind in Missouri, now publicly recognized.
Third edition offers more information on 72 native species and includes original and new illustrations.
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