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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.
Call Operation Game Thief at 1-800-392-1111 or local conservation agent with info.
The limit is four trout and any lure or bait is allowed.
Visitors of all ages will enjoy learning about the history, equipment and process of making maple syrup and sugar.
Feb. 2 eagle viewing event provides chance to discover nature.
Population survey being done at request of Cape Girardeau city council, which began discussions of urban deer management for the city earlier this year.
Students learned about pelts, gills, feathers and more from MDC employees.
Programs will take place in the main auditorium at the Nature Center and are open to all ages with no registration required.
Widely scattered sightings have been confirmed in Missouri and likely will continue.
Nov. 1, marking the opening of Missouri’s winter trout season in lakes around the state.
Discover nature and have free family fun on Oct. 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Mississippi River level is too low at Red Star Access boat ramp in Cape Girardeau so Saturday event has been moved.
Rifle and pistol range opened Sept. 15 after being closed for three months while renovation work was completed.
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