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Be sure to register online for in-person and virtual nature events this month.
Participants will need to register by April 8 to receive a free lunch and t-shirt.
For now, staff believe is the only option to reduce the misuse of this area and for public safety.
MDC Southeast Regional Office will reopen March 1. Cape Girardeau Nature Center will reopen March 2.
The duties of a conservation agent are almost always interesting, vary with the season, and are sometimes risky.
Be sure to register online for MDC’s free in-person and virtual events this winter.
All anglers between the ages of 16 and 64 must have a valid Missouri fishing permit and any angler harvesting trout must also possess a trout permit.
Mark your calendar to attend MDC’s free in-person and virtual events this winter.
MDC Southeast Regional Offices and Cape Girardeau Nature Center will close to the public beginning Dec. 21.
Prucinsky said she’s excited to discover more about the unique natural history of Missouri.
The use of bait while hunting an area -- including grain or other feed placed or scattered to attract deer or turkey -- is prohibited.
The packaged venison is given to local food banks and food pantries for distribution.
Deer drop-off locations are in Perry, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, and Jefferson counties.
Mark your calendar for this year’s winter trout fishing program.
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