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JAKES program is dedicated to educating youth in wildlife conservation and wise stewardship.
Prizes include t-shirts, basic fishing tackle and a drawing for a spin cast fishing combo.
The timely event fits perfectly with Cape Nature Center’s Big Birding Year.
Nature enthusiasts of all skill levels will appreciate this special event.
Outdoor fun is a great atmosphere for building community connections.
Naturalists encourage bird baths, feeding and keeping an eye out for summertime nesters.
From the dark, confined spaces to wildly weird wildlife, working in caves proves exciting.
MDC and Missouri Bird Conservation Foundation invite birders and others to FREE birding event.
Biologists will wait to present crappie data until local flooding resolves.
Discover Nature in May with music, Bio Blitz, and hikes.
Participants will learn to identify plant and bug species, gauge health of the local environment.
MDC has named Michael Collins as the new conservation agent for Stoddard County.
MDC and Missouri Bird Conservation Foundation invite birders and others to this special event.
Biologists will present recent data and hear from anglers May 4, 9 and 11.
Grants assist with tree planting, inventory, removal, pruning and employee training.
This free, three day camp helps girls learn outdoor skills to last a lifetime.
Volunteers can help maintain native gardens, present nature programs and more.
‘A Southeast Earth Day’ will focus on trees for everyone.
The management plans are open for public review until April 30.
Out of all the places in the world, the grotto sculpin is found only in Perry County.
Pick up free birding lists at the center during regular business hours or at scheduled birding events.
Springtime weather means wildlife will be active.
The tree has a circumference of 322 inches, a height of 90 feet and a crown spread of 46 feet.
MDC’s Community Assistance Program offers close-to-home fishing opportunities throughout the state.
The management plans are open for public review until March 31.
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