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The Clearwater CA management plan is open for public review to March 31.
This free camp introduces girls to outdoor skills. Applications must be received by April 22.
Mushroom event sheds light on mysteries surrounding Missouri’s native mushrooms.
Population growth threatens native species, but everyone can help prevent it.
MDC biologists survey bat, cave wildlife habitat.
This month’s nature art program demonstrates adding color to nature journaling.
Holly Ridge Conservation Area is the destination March 5.
The skills session satisfies part two of Missouri hunter education requirements.
Visitors can use a cell phone to discover nature throughout the center’s exhibit space and trail.
Tracking eel movements reveals their habitat and life cycles.
Watch as the center’s resident reptiles, amphibians and fish enjoy their dinner.
Meet around the campfire for a hot beverage and tales from the Corps of Discovery.
Learn duck identification while carving and painting your own decoy.
Naturalists will lead the way to Jackson’s Rotary Lake for a morning of fishing for rainbows.
Sessions on Glades and Woodland Restoration and Cost Share Assistance are Feb. 11.
Blue Spring Branch CA encompasses Ball Mill Resurgence Natural Area and 71-acre Riney Tract.
Evaluations of annual crappie surveys and growth help biologists strategize to improve the fishery.
Jackson’s Rotary Lake and Farmington’s Giessing Lake are stocked and ready.
Used first by Native Americans, the technique is now taught by MDC across the state.
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Children will love this winter-friendly event featuring nature’s recyclers.
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