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April 21 event will also feature fly tying demos and casting instruction.
Citizens can comment on area's management plan April 1-30.
Events across southwest Missouri will highlight benefits of trees.
Springfield Conservation Nature Center clinic has tips for youths and adults.
Springfield Nature Center event has good information for homeowners.
Martinez's new job caps 20-year climb that began as Springfield Nature Center volunteer.
Free March 24 program has good tips for youths and adults new to turkey hunting.
Free March 17 clinic will cover fundamentals of archery.
March 13 program at Springfield Nature Center offers tips for hooking this popular fish.
Nature Center building open noon-5 p.m. on Sundays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.
Free workshops scheduled for Mount Vernon, Joplin, and Lamar.
Program highlights benefits of these misunderstood birds.
Springfield Nature Center program offers tips for catching these popular fish.
Feb. 24 free program will cover basic care, cleaning, and storage of firearms.
Feb. 15 program is for landowners interested in using fire to improve wildlife habitat.
Unique reptile, found in Stone County last fall, appears to be doing fine.
Free workshop scheduled for Jan. 27 at Andy Dalton Shooting Range.
People can view area eagles through spotting scopes at Jan. 27 event.
Free event on Jan. 20 and Jan. 21 is great way to learn about eagles in Missouri.
"Woodworking for Wildlife" program set for Jan. 20 at MDC's Andy Dalton Shooting Range.
New agent has previous law enforcement experience with other agencies.
Dec. 14 workshop will show how fire can be used to improve wildlife habitat.
People must attend orientations on Dec. 4 or Jan. 4 to take part in training.
Nov. 28 program will discuss Dec. 9-11 managed hunt at MDC's Nature Center.
Duck hunting in MDC's South Zone opens Nov. 23 and is on a split-season format.
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