21-10-2012.jpg

White Tailed Deer
Noppadol Paothong

MDC offers white-tail deer management workshop in Warrensburg

News from the region

Kansas City
Jul 12, 2013

Kansas City, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer a free workshop on white-tail deer management from 12:30 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7, on the University of Central Missouri campus in Warrensburg. The workshop is open to anyone interested in deer management, but it will be especially helpful to property owners or managers interested in improving habitat and understanding trends in the state’s white-tail deer population.

Attendees “will come away with a better understanding of deer biology and behavior,” said Paul Lowry, an MDC private land conservationist. “We will also talk about deer diseases and how they relate to management.”

Topics will also include programs available to landowners who want to improve timber stands or grasslands to boost deer, such as cost-share programs for habitat improvements.

Although the workshop is free, advance registration is required so MDC staff can have adequate printed materials and refreshments available. To register, call the MDC Kansas City Regional Office at 816-622-0900.

The workshop will be held in the Laura J. Nahm Auditorium in the W.C. Morris Science Building, which is located on campus near South and Holden Streets. Nahm Auditorium is on the north end of the W.C. Morris Science Building and is accessed via doors on the east side. Ample parking is available north of the auditorium. A campus map is available at ucmo.edu/campusmap/documents/ucm_map.pdf.

For more information about white-tail deer or MDC services for private landowners, visit mdc.mo.gov.

 

41-11-2012.jpg

White Tailed Deer
White Tailed Deer

Related Content

The Key to Successful Deer Management

Sep 20, 2011

Stay in Touch with MDC

Stay in Touch with MDC news, newsletters, events, and manage your subscription

Sign up

Our Magazines

Conservationist Magazine

Our monthly publication about conservation in Missouri--free to all residents.

Conservationist 06-2016

Xplor Magazine for kids

Xplor helps kids find adventure in their own backyard. Free to residents of Missouri.

July/August 2015 cover