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Volunteers plant trees, remove tons of trash and tires from river and shore
Barred owl rescued from line entanglement shows dangers to wildlife
Public can watch young falcons hatch and grow via live web camera
Flader will explore Leopold's Missouri ties April 4 at Discovery Center in KC
Changes will improve wetlands and also fishing at adjacent Schell Lake
Citizens can offer ideas for area management through May 31
Eagle was in care of University of Missouri Veterinary Health Center
Eagle will be in care of University of Missouri Veterinary Health Center
Free outdoor skills camp for girls will be June 27-29 at Heit's Point Lutheran
Registration opens March 1 for clinic at Warsaw on Lake of the Ozarks
Free program will explore microbial life's vast diversity and ecological importance
Participants will gain basic skills for hunting wild turkeys in spring season
Limited spots for public viewing are available March 18 or March 25.
Small land parcels can be managed to boost native wildlife, plants and trees.
Other trees can be tapped for sweet treats, too
Native plants for lawn and garden featured and for sale at Burr Oak Woods
Sean Ernst joins conservation agent staff in northwest Missouri.
Public is invited to a Jan. 26 open house to discuss planning for the area.
Johnston Lake in Cass County stocked with rainbow trout on Jan. 18
Public can comment in January on long-range management plans for the area
Free event will include live raptor show and nature exhibits
Free programs provide cabin fever relief
Move will improve fishing opportunities at the Jackson County park lake
MDC Parma Woods and Lake City ranges in KC area closed Saturday for weather
Native plants in gardens and pollinator plantings can produce icy blooms in winter.
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