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Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center

Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center

Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center

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Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center

Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center

Since it opened in 2005, more than 480,000 people have visited the Cape Girardeau Nature Center.

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Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center

Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center

The Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center offers nature programs designed for specific age groups. "Tadpoles" are shared nature experiences for infants through two-year olds with attending adults. "Mudpuppies" are 45-minute programs for 3-6 year olds with attending adults, and "Snappers" are programs for ages 7-11.

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Cape Girardeau County Conservation Agent Ben Stratton

Cape Girardeau County Conservation Agent Ben Stratton

Ben Stratton is the new conservation agent for Cape Girardeau County.

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Cape Nature Center Fishing

Cape Nature Center Fishing

The Cape Girardeau Nature Center offers hands-on exhibits for all ages, a scientific research laboratory, freshwater aquariums, an indoor wildlife-viewing area, an outside nature trail, and catch-and-release fishing pond.

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Cape Nature Center Sara Turner Teaching Scouts Archery

Cape Nature Center Sara Turner Teaching Scouts Archery

Since it opened in 2005, Cape Girardeau Nature Center staff and volunteers have taught more than 5,500 nature programs. Pictured here, Nature Center Manager Sara Turner teaches archery to Cub Scouts.

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Cape Nature Center Wildlife Viewing

Cape Nature Center Wildlife Viewing

Cape Girardeau Nature Center Manager Sara Turner (in red shirt) helps a family discover nature by bird watching through the Center's wildlife viewing window.

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Catfish Stocked at Fountain Bluffs Sports Complex

Catfish Stocked at Fountain Bluffs Sports Complex

More than 400 channel catfish were stocked in lakes at the Fountain Bluffs Sports Complex in Liberty on Tuesday, Sept. 30. These catfish were released by Annie Gleckler, an MDC fisheries resource assistant. Almost 85,000 channel catfish raised at MDC's Lost Valley Hatchery in Warsaw were stocked recently in various community lakes in Missouri.

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