Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Duck season in the state’s north zone opens Oct. 29 and closes Dec. 27.
Porous-soled waders are prime suspects in human transport of “didymo,” or “rock snot.”
Weather conditions likely will result in less vivid foliage in the Bootheel and Kansas City regions.
Added funds from recipients result in more than $540,000 spent on improving community trees.
Foresters, landowners and loggers are invited to free workshops and field days Oct. 21 and 22 on how simple changes in forest management and harvest can increase profits and protect resource.
Join author of “Discover Missouri Natural Areas – A Guide to 50 Great Places.” on Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-8 p.m. as he shares his first-hand experiences.
Step back in time and learn about the lifestyles of the earliest humans to trek through the Ozarks at “Primitive Skills Day” on Oct. 2.
New exhibit will be unveiled at Twin Pines on Saturday, Oct. 15.
MDC helps families Discover Nature with National Hunting and Fishing Day activities at Reed Wildlife Area.
Family Fun Night and Hayride on Oct.14 from 6-9:30 p.m. offers an ideal way to celebrate the season in a family friendly, nature-oriented way.
Missouri’s wild turkey flock made significant gains in many areas this year.
Other recent confirmed reports include ones in Shannon, Oregon and Texas counties.
Dexter Delano of Leavenworth has given more than 4,000 hours of volunteer service time at MDC's Parma Woods Shooting Range.
Nature Center and grounds closed Nov. 5-7 and Jan. 7-9 to accommodate managed archery deer hunts on the area.
Free workshop open to anyone interested in deer management, including landowners, managers or hunters who wish to enhance deer-herd health and habitat on properties.
Free workshops will help migratory and upland bird hunters improve wingshooting skills, including use of non-toxic shells.
Events like upcoming observances have helped put Missouri at the top of the hunter-recruitment heap.
Join global fly fisher, artist, columnist, fly-fishing guide at MDC Nature Center in Jeff City Oct. 15
Facilities will be closed for approximately a week
Public is invited to attend ribbon cutting ceremonies.
Oct. 1 event offers fun for the entire family.
Key information for deer and turkey hunters is, “Bag it. Notch it. Tag it. Check it.”
Kansas City businessman Thomas F. McGee Jr. bequeathed family farm in Clinton County to MDC for public natural area.
Closure for major renovations begins week of Sept. 19. Nearest alternate public boat ramp is Norton Woods Access.
Combination of high temperatures and low oxygen levels appear to be the cause.
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