Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Non-profit groups and government entities are eligible
Feral hog trapping may not be the dream, but it’s a rewarding reality for local conservation employees.
New cases of CWD mean MDC plans additional management actions.
Join the webcast from a computer or smartphone. Register at <a href="https://short.mdc.mo.gov/ZTh">short.mdc.mo.gov/ZTh</a>
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.
Congratulations Willard North Elementary, Logan-Rogersville Elementary, St. Elizabeth R-IV!
Free Night in the Woods event will feature live owls on display
Register for a FREE workshop for early childhood educators to help kids discover nature.
Kids learn angling skills while catching fish
Register to attend FREE crafting course April 21.
Four-part Discover Nature – Fishing courses offered evenings in April and May.
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.
It’s time to put out feeders! Their numbers will increase throughout the month of April.
Cold weather doesn't stop hardy frontier-era enthusiasts
Trash hauled and trees planted during 28th annual volunteer event
Get more information on the April 15 – May 15 Trash Bash online at nomoretrash.org.
For more information on chronic wasting disease in Missouri, visit <a href="https://mdc.mo.gov/cwd">mdc.mo.gov/cwd</a>.
Routine training includes tactical defense, mental health awareness, fitness and other topics.
Celebrate Arbor Days by planting native trees and practicing proper tree care.
Register to attend a free training program for women, taught by women.
Get details from MDC’s related hunting booklet on migratory game birds, available beginning in July where hunting permits are sold.
The invasive Bradford pear tree can cause problems for Missouri native plants and animals.
Free nature hike and family reading experience available in Hannibal’s Central Park.
Register to attend a FREE workshop on basics of archery.
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