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Archery at MDC Discover Nature Women’s Spring Workshop

Archery at MDC Discover Nature Women’s Spring Workshop

Archery at MDC Discover Nature Women’s Spring Workshop

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Archery at MDC Outdoor Skills Camp for Hearing Impaired

Archery at MDC Outdoor Skills Camp for Hearing Impaired

Jordan Ingrham (left), 8, of St. Louis, nocked an arrow as she prepared to shoot at the archery target range during the MDC Discover Nature Families Outdoor Skills Camp for the Hearing Impaired at H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation on Aug.11. Her brother, Jacob Ingrham, 5, got some tips from volunteer Mike Smith of Moscow Mills.

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A naturalist helps a young archer line up her shot.

Archery Day at Twin Pines

Archery day at Twin Pines.

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Photo of students at national archery in the schools tournament.

Archery in the Schools

Photo of students at national archery in the schools tournament.

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Area Extreme JAKES Event Hosted by NWTF at Rover Gun Club

Area Extreme JAKES Event Hosted by NWTF at Rover Gun Club

Area Extreme JAKES Event Hosted by NWTF at Rover Gun Club

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Area MDC agents assist beginning giggers get ready for their first trip

Area MDC agents assist beginning giggers get ready for their first trip

Area MDC agents assist beginning giggers get ready for their first trip

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The trail above Cupola Pond offers a good view of the pond.

Arriving at Cupola Pond

The trail above Cupola Pond offers a good view of the entire pond before the trees leaf out.

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Photo of an artist conk, a woody, semicircular, brownish bracket fungus

Artist Conk

The artist conk is a woody, semicircular, brownish bracket with a white underside that bruises dark gray to black. It grows on dead wood or in wounds of living deciduous trees.

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Photo of artist conk, woody bracket fungus on tree shown from side

Artist Conk

Artist conks grow singly or in groups of up to several on dead wood or in wounds of living deciduous trees. This species takes nourishment from rotting wood or as a parasite on living wood.

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Photo of artist conk, a woody, tan bracket fungus, shown from top

Artist Conk

Artist conks can be seen year-round. The cap is shelflike, semicircular, and brown to grayish black. The texture is woody and they can be warty or zoned. They are very hard and are not shiny.

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