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Hunters can donate venison at Kansas City and St. Joseph locations
Sandhill crane raised at World Bird Sanctuary released at Squaw Creek refuge
New conservation agent looks forward to conservation efforts in NW Missouri
Visitors will be able to drive through rugged hills and fall color near Chillicothe.
Hunters in northwest Missouri can harvest deer with radio collars.
Free classes teach families skills for successful fishing in northwest Missouri.
Stockings in small lakes aimed at boosting sport fishery quality.
Foresters say homeowners should plan now to protect ash trees or replant.
Free event at Dunn Ranch and Pawnee Prairie showcases prairie ecology and history
Free event showcases grasslands with bison, birds, wildflowers, and native grasses.
Wetland managers from MDC will lead tour of wetlands in Carrollton area
Public can comment during June on long-range management plans for the area.
Public can comment during June on long term management plan
Periodic cicada emergence will include western Missouri.
Public can comment in May on management plan for fishing lake
Relocated birds being monitored and resident flock shows growth from last year.
April 25: learn about fire as habitat management tool for landowners
On April 11: Learn about methods for safe controlled burns
Register now for NW Missouri classes March-June.
Area is in Holt County.
March 7 -- learn about deer ecology and ways to boost trophy bucks
Volunteers will help MDC staff set and run trotlines in the St. Joseph area of the Missouri River and help collect mature fish for pallid restoration efforts.
Prescribed burns can improve grassland wildlife habitat.
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