Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Free April 18 clinic will be at Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center.
Tree-planting events are scheduled at several elementary schools across city in April.
Southwest Missouri events will highlight benefits of trees.
Trophy for anglers: Mammoth fish grows slow but can live for decades
Free April 1 clinic has good tips for youths and adults.
Shepherd of the Hills Hatchery's John Miller receives national lifetime achievement award.
Weekend will be May 29-31. Registration deadline is April 24.
Visit www.nomoretrash.org for more info and to report cleanup efforts.
Burr Edde III breaks 50-year Missouri record for blue catfish caught using alternative method.
Help clean the creek of litter, followed by lunch and thank you gifts.
Join the “Bird Nerd Naturalists” for free outdoor fun for all ages.
Learn about Missouri’s water resources and the wildlife they support at this FREE, interactive family event.
On April 11: Learn about methods for safe controlled burns
Free workshop in Warrensburg will help landowners with pond management.
Shutdown during elk calving period is annual occurrence.
First paddlefish snagging trip provides angler with 140-pound, 9-ounce memorable catch.
Youth attending clinic will have opportunity to enter names to participate in FREE mentored turkey hunt April 11 or 12.
Springfield Conservation Nature Center event has landscaping information for homeowners.
Youth will have the opportunity to become hunter-education certified and participate in a FREE mentored turkey hunt. Registration by April 9 is required.
MDC offers native plant expertise for home landscaping.
Free event celebrates heritage and resources of Missouri Ozarks.
Conservation Department encourages Missourians to plant native trees.
With state’s diverse landscapes, turkey numbers often vary by region.
Marky Mutchler named Outstanding Young Birder.
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