Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Southeast Missouri hosts two thirds of the state’s known invasive population.
Missouri is a great place to fish and fishing is a great way to celebrate Father’s Day.
Check for traffic and then move turtles across the road in the direction they are traveling.
Top harvest counties were Franklin, St. Clair, and Texas.
Investigation conducted by conservation agents uncovers sufficient evidence to file charges.
Help kids get hooked on the thrill of fishing, and discover nature.
Register to attend a free series of courses introducing women to basics of shooting sports.
Learn about animals that are active only at night.
Completed project makes lake more accessible for anglers and boaters
Twin Pines will host Family Fish Day, Saturday, May 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Get more hunting and fishing information from MDC website at mdc.mo.gov.
View auction items and preregister day before or see list online at mdc.mo.gov/auction.
Congratulations to James Lucas on setting the state record by catching an 8-pound, 6-ounce hybrid striped bass with a throwline on the Mississippi River.
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Powder Valley’s public comment period runs through May 31.
Bring the family for this fun, free nature-filled event.
Adult volunteers needed to help at free fishing event.
Learn to discover Missouri from a paddler’s view, the way it might’ve looked in the 1800s.
Free May 24 class will be held at O'Reilly-Tefft Gym n Springfield.
Register to attend a free workshop to introduce women to the joys of archery.
Those interested in having input on the area’s 10-year management plan are invited to share their ideas during the month of May.
MDC congratulates winners of its 2016 Discover Nature Schools Science Fair and thanks participants.
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