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A lucky winner of the nature center’s Year of Fish contest will be announced Dec. 21.
Brush piles, dormant plants and leaf litter provide cover for small wildlife in the colder months.
Guests will also conclude 2019, the Year of Fishing, with a trout cleaning clinic Dec. 21.
Southeast region managed wetland area habitat provides solid opportunity despite the year’s floods.
Some yellow, orange, scarlet, and violet hues appeared early while many trees are still green.
Children are invited to dress up as a fish, a fish predator or a nocturnal animal for this themed fishing clinic.
Now’s the time to evaluate land for quail populations and habitat.
Learn why and when to burn to meet land management goals.
September events feature geocaching, birding, a sand prairie adventure and more.
Visitors to Duck Creek should use the new entrance off U.S. Highway 51 to access Pools 1, 2 and 3.
Visit MDC’s Conservation Pavilion to wish Smokey Bear a happy 75th birthday.
Landowners will tour a native warm season grass stand and learn how to ensure their own success.
August events feature canoeing, insect pinning, making jams and jellies, and more.
Watch where you step, dress appropriately and keep hands out of rocky crevices to avoid trouble.
Naturalists will provide nocturnal creature programs at six Riverside Regional Libraries July 16 & 17.
Start by reporting all bear sightings to MDC.
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