Missouri offers managed hunts from mid-September through mid-January, including hunts for youth only and for people with disabilities.
Check Elk/Bear Permit Application Results
Ozark Black Bass Season
Starting May 22.
If you care about crops and native wildlife, please do what you can to control invasive species when you landscape, farm, hunt, fish, camp, or explore nature.
Give Turtles a Brake
Help Protect and Conserve Missouri’s Turtles.
Watch Out For Ticks
Three species are most commonly found in Missouri.
Take A Float Trip
Floating Missouri's streams is a fantastic way to enjoy our state’s great outdoors.
Hunter education is required to purchase a firearms hunting permit in Missouri. Get more information about the details on hunter education requirements.
Interested in exploring the outdoors, but unsure where to start? It’s as easy as stepping out your door! Join host Jill Pritchard from the Missouri Department of Conservation as she explores everything nature has to offer
A monthly publication about conservation in Missouri. Started in 1938, the printed magazine is free to residents of Missouri.