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Tyler Goodale of Poplar Bluff reeled in a record setting spotted sucker at Duck Creek Conservation Area.
This Parent’s Choice® and Emmy Award® winning family group of conservation educators and entertainers focuses on bringing the heart of the wild to the heart of the child.
This year’s event is scheduled for April 26. Registration is requested.
This free, three-day, two-night experience is aimed at introducing girls ages 11 to 15 to outdoor skills in a supportive learning environment.
Watch live feedings of resident reptiles, amphibians, and fish on March 20,
Registration is required for the March 22 free program.
Bring your antler trophies from any past season to have them officially scored from 9 a.m. to noon, including shed antlers.
The workshop is free but space is limited and advanced registration is required.
This free event is open to everyone ages 18 and up. Register by February 28.
The registration deadline for the Feb. 8 event is Feb. 3.
If you’re getting stir crazy in the midst of this freezing cold December weather, there’s plenty to do at the Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center.
Nov. 1 marks opening of catch-and-release winter trout season in lakes around the state.
If you love the Men in Black movies, you’ll love Alien Invaders!
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