Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Non-profit Kansas City program receives Outstanding Partner Award
Limited spots for free guided public tours will be available March 19 or March 26
Viewing blind available by registration March 31-April 24 at Dunn Ranch
Mushroom event sheds light on mysteries surrounding Missouri’s native mushrooms.
Population growth threatens native species, but everyone can help prevent it.
Annual permits expire at the end of February. Get 2016 MDC fishing booklets and hunting and trapping booklets online, at MDC offices, and at other places where permits are sold.
Homeowners can discover the advantages of native landscaping during this full-day workshop.
MDC makes paddlefish snagging possible through annual stockings of fingerlings.
With completion of a recent construction project, the range resumes weekday hours.
Groups work with MDC and Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation to fund feral hog trapping equipment.
Space is limited for this free workshop and reservations are required by March 11.
Register by March 9 for an opportunity to work with wildlife experts and learn how to provide quality brood-rearing habitat.
Workshop in Warrensburg will help property owners manage problem plants
Range in Johnson County will be closed for maintenance and timber inventory.
MDC biologists survey bat, cave wildlife habitat.
Registrations now accepted for outdoor skills camp for girls at Camp Palestine in Johnson County
1,400 Missouri students will compete at the MoNASP state archery tournament in Osage Beach.
Explore sights and sounds of early spring life as it first emerges on naturalist-led hikes March 12 and 19.
Hunters can provide input at workshops in Blue Springs, Harrisonville, Nevada.
Qualifying landowners must sign up for program at local NRCS office by March 15.
Nature and outdoor lovers can share their enthusiasm with others and help the Department fulfill its mission.
Holly Ridge Conservation Area is the destination March 5.
Registration open for April 29-May 1 camp at Lake Doniphan near Excelsior Springs.
This month’s nature art program demonstrates adding color to nature journaling.
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