Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
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Anyone who sees sick deer should report it to their local conservation agent or office.
The state agency is in a multi-year process of updating management plans for its conservation areas and is inviting public comment.
If you’re interested in learning how to use fire as a land management tool, attend this workshop on Feb. 13 in Rolla.
Tourism from Missouri elk restoration providing economic and quality-of-life benefits to Ozark communities.
Widely scattered sightings have been confirmed in Missouri and likely will continue.
See elk and other wildlife, hear bugling, see fall foliage, visit Twin Pines and local communities.
Meeting is a chance for citizens to get information and give MDC comments about chronic wasting disease.
Final repairs may be weeks away
Foresters, landowners and loggers are all encouraged to attend.
Returning smallmouth bass tags can help MDC manage this popular game fish.
Because of their size and fighting qualities, striped bass are highly valued by anglers, and help make Missouri a great place to fish.
Help MDC stop poaching by reporting poaching activities to Operation Game Thief at 1-800-392-1111.
Heritage Day events include demonstrations, music and an old fashioned fish fry.
Project is a joint effort of MDC, Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation and Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
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