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Discover nature at 17th annual Vulture Venture noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday.
Widely scattered sightings have been confirmed in Missouri and likely will continue.
Biologists use telemetry to learn more about smallmouth bass.
Cooperative efforts have renovated about 720 acres of open land within the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.
Widely scattered mountain-lion sightings have been confirmed in Missouri and likely will continue.
Congratulations to Chaney & Sons Logging of Birch Tree!
J&G Logging nominated for Appalachian Region Logger of the Year.
Enjoy hot dogs, soft drinks and door-prize drawings in West Plains on Oct. 12.
Prescribed burn used as vegetation-management tool by MDC, Nature Conservancy and National Park Service.
Prescribed burns on the area are part of habitat management.
Biologists discussed elk-habitat practices, cost-share opportunities and gave an update on 2012 elk activities.
Attend orientation on Feb. 13 in Camdenton for classes Feb. 27 to May 21.
Foresters, landowners and loggers are invited to free workshops and field days Oct. 21 and 22 on how simple changes in forest management and harvest can increase profits and protect resource.
Other recent confirmed reports include ones in Shannon, Oregon and Texas counties.
Second trail-cam image taken at same location as July 29 photo
Widely scattered mountain lion sightings have been confirmed in Missouri and likely will continue.
A landowner’s trail camera has confirmed a mountain lion sighting in Shannon County.
Anglers can salvage fish from ponds and immediate spillways effective immediately until Aug. 15.
Study will provide further information, such as movement patterns, population densities, habitat preferences, male-to-female ratios and overall numbers of Missouri bears.
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