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Missouri offers numerous opportunities in winter to watch eagles in the wild.
Seating is limited for February workshops at Lake Ozark and March ones in Columbia.
Trumpeters are being reported at wetlands this winter in both northwest and west-central Missouri.
Hunters helped MDC collect tissue samples from more than 650 deer harvested during youth and opening firearms weekends. Hunter help still needed for MDC to collect more samples.
Conservation Department asks deer hunters to allow MDC to collect tissue samples from deer harvested in north-central Missouri area for chronic-wasting-disease testing.
Get tips on attracting backyard birds on Oct. 15 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Stop by Nature Center on Oct. 20 to meet the author, and more.
Free workshop open to anyone interested in deer management, including landowners, managers or hunters who wish to enhance deer-herd health and habitat on properties.
Join global fly fisher, artist, columnist, fly-fishing guide at MDC Nature Center in Jeff City Oct. 15
Free family fun for everyone to include fishing, wildlife viewing, clay shooting and more.
Free family fun will include art demonstrations, activities, concert and lunch.
Event will be held on Haag property on Hwy 94 between Portland and Bluffton.
Buy native flowers, shrubs and trees from Missouri vendors while enjoying fun family activities.
Learn about building a new pond or managing an existing one.
Sedalia’s winter trout fishing program will be celebrated Feb. 2 with a Trout Derby at Liberty Park Pond.
Enjoy an en-LIGHTENING evening of family fun!
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