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Now is a good time to see a variety of resident and migrant species in spring courtship colors.
At the end of the hike, there will be an opportunity to discuss, handle, and demonstrate various backpacking supplies.
Individuals needing hunter education have classroom and online options.
Each participant will receive a 12” wreath and additional materials to fashion a one-of-a-kind holiday masterpiece.
Staffed sample collection sites will be available this weekend and deer head drop-off freezers will be available after this weekend.
The use of bait while hunting an area -- including grain or other feed placed or scattered to attract deer or turkey -- is prohibited.
Colorful leaves, clear water, and nature viewing makes autumn a great time to paddle.
Participants can also try their bow-making skills at hands-on events Sept. 25 and Sept. 26 at MDC's Twin Pines Center.
Free clinic will feature opportunities to test shooting skills.
Free classes designed to introduce families to fishing.
Clinic will be held at Towell Lake at Little Prairie Conservation Area near Rolla.
Aug. 13 event will feature catch-and-release opportunities.
Twin Pines Conservation Education Center will host Aug. 13 workshop.
Some restrictions will be in place as MDC office makes gradual transition back to normalcy.
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