Join MDC for a class on nature photography at the Kirksville office

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KIRKSVILLE, Mo. — Photographers find Missouri a great place to discover nature, from tiny insects to wide vistas of woodlands or prairies. Capturing your favorite scenes and moments in nature can be as simple as aiming and pushing a button.

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) invites the public to learn more about photographing nature at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Northeast Regional Office, 3500 S. Baltimore in Kirksville. All ages are welcome to attend, but children must be accompanied by an adult. There is no registration required for this free family event.

"Pictures are a great way to preserve your outdoor experiences," said MDC Naturalist Amanda Moore. "This class will focus on a few tips and techniques that can help a person of any age improve their photo taking experience to snap that great photo."

Make sure to dress for the weather and bring your digital camera to the program.

For questions, contact Moore at 660-785-2420.

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