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Information from bands is used in management of Canada geese.
Two-day camps are free and scheduled for June 5-6, June 7-8, June 12-13 and June 14-15.
Range will close June 4 for about three months. Shotgun and archery ranges will remain open.
Discover Nature at Women's Fishing Clinic on June 2 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Striped mullet ventured up Mississippi River from Gulf of Mexico.
Combine GPS skills with outdoor exercise and appreciation of nature at the Spring GPS Challenge on April 21.
Enjoy first canoe trip of the season on April 28.
Prescribed burns on the area are part of habitat management.
Biologists discussed elk-habitat practices, cost-share opportunities and gave an update on 2012 elk activities.
Tour is scheduled for Saturday, March 24, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
March 6 workshop will be given two different times to provide landowners better opportunity to attend.
Free family event will feature activities, crafts, displays and frog- call presentations and hikes.
Disturbing or removing baby animals almost certainly means they will not survive.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Cape Girardeau County Master Gardeners will host the sixth annual Native Plant Seminar at the Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center on March 3.
Discover Nature family event on Feb. 16 is all about bluebirds and how to construct a nest box.
Green Fire film connects legendary conservationist Aldo Leopold with modern environmental projects.
Attend “Discover Nature-Women Rabbit Hunting with Beagles Clinic” at Duck Creek Conservation Area on Feb. 11.
Conservation agents in southeast Missouri issued 225 citations and 238 written warnings for Wildlife Code violations during firearms deer season.
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