Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Conservation agent seeks more information on dumping of 163 turtles in Hayti.
Kids ages 15 years and under can discover the fun of trout fishing at free all-day event.
Girls ages 11-15 will learn outdoor skills and earn hunter education certification this summer during a three-day camp
Free nature hike and family reading experience available at MDC’s Northeast Regional Office
Slow down when you see a turtle in the road and try to safely steer around it.
Register for this free opportunity to learn proven strategies to benefit woods and wildlife May 12.
Register to attend FREE Discover Nature – Women workshop May 12.
Thanks to the donation, St. Louis County Police officers will begin teaching archery to kids this summer.
The rifle/pistol range will remain closed until further notice to complete repair work. Shotgun fields, archery facilities, and education center building remain open.
Volunteers sought to help clean up the creek as part of Friends of the Park Day.
April 21 event will also feature fly tying demos and casting instruction.
Join the webcast from a computer or smartphone. Register at short.mdc.mo.gov/ZTh
New cases of CWD mean MDC plans additional management actions.
Feral hog trapping may not be the dream, but it’s a rewarding reality for local conservation employees.
Bioblitzers will become scientists for a day as they explore the diverse plants and animals around the nature center while providing helpful information to MDC naturalists.
Four-part Discover Nature – Fishing courses offered evenings in April and May.
Register to attend FREE crafting course April 21.
Register for a FREE workshop for early childhood educators to help kids discover nature.
Congratulations Willard North Elementary, Logan-Rogersville Elementary, St. Elizabeth R-IV!
Register to attend this free clinic and hunt for adults who have never harvested a wild turkey.
Top harvest counties were Franklin, Miller, and Maries.
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