Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Actions of the Missouri Conservation Commission at its meeting Jan. 26 and 27
Counties bordering urban areas had the biggest totals.
Hunters can have deer racks scored at event on Saturday, Feb. 18, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Two positive results for Chronic Wasting Disease are first for free-ranging deer in Missouri.
Open vertical pipes and posts take a toll on wildlife.
Attend orientation on Feb. 13 in Camdenton for classes Feb. 27 to May 21.
Learn more about bald eagles at Eagle Days event Feb. 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
MDC’s 19 spring 2012 managed turkey hunts include ones for youth and people with disabilities.
Informational meeting to be held 6-8 p.m. on Feb. 6 at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.
Thinning trees in a woodland can boost wildlife and the most desirable trees.
Rockwoods Reservation annual Maple Sugar Festival is Feb. 4 with free fun for all ages.
Total firearms harvest up 7,408 from last year’s 231,513.
Bald eagles, snowy owls and a chance to get outdoors on unseasonably warm winter days drew 3,000 visitors to Eagle Days events at Smithville Lake Jan. 7 and 8.
Missouri offers numerous opportunities in winter to watch eagles in the wild.
Green Fire film connects legendary conservationist Aldo Leopold with modern environmental projects.
Singer-songwriting duo to perform environmental music with a message.
On Friday, Jan. 27, the Springfield Conservation Nature Center will receive a visit from one of America’s earliest and undoubtedly most famous naturalists.
Attend “Discover Nature-Women Rabbit Hunting with Beagles Clinic” at Duck Creek Conservation Area on Feb. 11.
Seating is limited for February workshops at Lake Ozark and March ones in Columbia.
The 122-pound cougar turned up in a live-trap on national-forest land.
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