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Our goal with this camp is to get more young women involved in the outdoors and conservation.
Preregistration for August workshops is required by July 31.
Join the Creek Cruisin' event July 19 at Hubble Creek in Jackson City Park.
The program begins with a safety presentation Aug. 15 at the nature center. On Aug. 16, participants will be led by naturalists and biologists on a 13-mile float from Trail of Tears State Park to Red Star Access.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will host a Bowhunter Education Certification Course, June 21, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Elk’s Lodge in Perryville.
The Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award.
Stop by to learn about Department deer management goals and share your opinions.
The exhibit is free and available to view any time during normal operating hours at the nature center, Tuesday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Participants will learn the basics of bowfishing on June 13 before trying the sport on June 14. Registration is required.
Registration is required and begins May 15.
Anyone who sees sick deer should report it to their local conservation agent or office.
Young anglers will have opportunities to catch fish and learn about fishing at Maramec Spring Hatchery’s Kids’ Fishing Day on May 17 in St. James.
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,
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