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The nature center recently received an extensive AV upgrade to its auditorium promising a more immersive experience for audiences.
Jim and Peggy Ragland were recognized with the national honor May 25 at the International Hunter Education Association conference in Vermont.
A reward of nearly $4,500 is offered for information in elk poaching case.
Join us on Tuesday, June 21, from noon - 1 p.m. to learn how butterflies, bees, and other pollinators help us, what threatens them, and how you can help.
This “after hours” event gives working parents an opportunity to bring their family.
See how volunteers and naturalists feed the center’s reptiles, amphibians and fish.
This free workshop will help landowners create better habitat on their property to attract more deer.
MDC reminds folks to frog with either fishing or small-game hunting permit, unless exempt.
Learn the basics of catching big catfish on Missouri's big rivers at this free camp.
This free event welcomes ages seven to 17 to try their hand at frogging.
Register to attend this free workshop by July 7.
Participating locations offer free activities and prizes.
MDC invites public to free concert, photo exhibit in Jefferson City.
Congratulations to Colby Conn on breaking the state record by catching a 1-pound, 5-ounce white crappie with a trotline on Stockton Lake.
A black bear has been reported and photographed the past few days near Robertsville and Lonedell.
Traveling black bear is a reminder to be “Bear Aware.”
After six and half years, Ziehmer is stepping down as director effective July 15.
People with tree concerns or questions can get answers at June 18 event.
Public comment period runs through June 30.
The area management plan is open for public review in June.
Register online for the July 29 course.
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