MDC News from 04/2016

MDC partnership breaks ground on butterfly garden in Jefferson City

News from the region

Central
Apr 04, 2016

New pollinator habitat at Missouri Electric Cooperatives headquarters to benefit conservation.

AMEC Butterfly Garden Groundbreaking

MDC encourages people to Be Bear Aware!

News from the region

Statewide
Apr 04, 2016

Don’t feed bears. Avoid encounters. React right.

Black Bear

Join MDC for 'An Evening With Wildlife' on April 6

News from the region

Ozark
Apr 01, 2016

Free event will give public a chance to learn about area conservation programs.

A little girl with glasses touches a snake with one finger as other children look on

MDC Cape Nature Center, Southeast Missouri State University partner to present The Messenger

News from the region

Southeast
Apr 01, 2016

Songbird documentary chronicles the struggle of songbirds worldwide.

A songbird sits on top of a purple wildflower

MDC seeks public input for Southeast Regional Office, Cape Nature Center

News from the region

Southeast
Apr 01, 2016

These management plans are open for public review in April.

a plot of wildflowers grow near a pond at Cape Girardeau Nature Center

MDC’s Cape Nature Center program takes the guesswork out of exploring nature with tots

News from the region

Southeast
Apr 01, 2016

Shared nature experiences with parents can open up a whole new world for the youngest nature lovers.

A mother plays with her toddler at a small table

MDC: Cape Nature Center offers wildflower walks

News from the region

Southeast
Apr 01, 2016

Now is the time to get out and enjoy the colorful show of wildflowers in southeast Missouri.

Purple-colored rose verbena grow along a trail.

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