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Discovery Center will hold anniversary celebration Saturday, April 7, with free family friendly activities devoted to nature and outdoors.
Prescribed burn used as vegetation-management tool by MDC, Nature Conservancy and National Park Service.
Improved reproduction last year, plentiful acorns and a mild winter all favor a rebound of turkey numbers.
Fourth annual Missouri National Archery in the Schools tournament sends dozens to nationals.
MDC testing of free-ranging deer results in five total cases of CWD with all found in same area.
Grant applications due June 1. Help available through upcoming MDC workshops.
Wires Over Wildlife to enhance land underneath Ameren transmission lines.
Biologists discussed elk-habitat practices, cost-share opportunities and gave an update on 2012 elk activities.
Visit nomoretrash.org for more information, to report efforts and for free lapel pins.
Prescribed burns on the area are part of habitat management.
Lessons learned in 2011 make this year’s work more productive.
The 11,000-acre area will be closed to spring turkey hunting due to elk-restoration work.
Good design and proper management help keep ponds “fishy.”
MDC, Ameren Missouri and World Bird Sanctuary partner on video feeds of falcons nesting.
Public and media invited to March 24 MoNASP event at UCM in Warrensburg.
Tour is scheduled for Saturday, March 24, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Bohler certified more than 1,000 hunter-education students in 2011.
Actions of the Missouri Conservation Commission at its March meeting.
June 1-3 workshops will teach hands-on outdoor skills. Registration deadline is April 30.
Follow precautions to protect lives, property and Missouri’s precious forests from fire dangers.
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