Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
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A favorite conservation area in southeast Missouri has been defaced, and MDC officials are looking for the vandals.
This is an opportunity for people who aren’t comfortable cleaning fish to see how easy it really is, and to try a taste of these fish.
Becoming a waterfowl hunter is easier than you may think.
A Day on the River is Sep. 28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Riverfront Park in downtown Cape Girardeau.
Revised program enhances student convenience through various learning options and emphasizes mentorship and hands-on training.
Public meetings on deer diseases to include improving fencing, testing at captive-cervid facilities.
Pre-registration is required by calling MDC’s Southeast Regional Office at (573)290-5730.
Text the word “nature” to 91212 to receive texts of free family fun events at the Nature Center.
Management plans for Coldwater Access, Iron Bridge Access, and Lon Sanders Canyon Conservation Areas are open for public review Aug. 1 - 31.
Foresters, landowners and loggers are all encouraged to attend.
Display of pallid sturgeon has already provided thousands of school age students and visitors opportunity to see endangered species up close.
MDC recognizes loggers throughout the state that do an outstanding job in timber harvesting operations, and there’s extensive criteria for the award.
Help MDC stop poaching by reporting poaching activities to Operation Game Thief at 1-800-392-1111.
Bowhunters of every skill level are invited.
Report hog-release activities through Operation Game Thief at 800-392-1111.
Heritage Day events include demonstrations, music and an old fashioned fish fry.
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