Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
Working on a conservation story? Check our latest news releases, review our archives, download hi-res images, and find help from MDC Media Staff.
Join MDC naturalists for a hike in a real marsh to find turtles and snakes this Saturday.
Residents in the City of St. Louis have a new resource to help them learn about and experience nature.
This free introductory class will give new hunters all the information they need to get started.
Children age 7-12 will enjoy finding the fascinating creatures waiting to be discovered in ponds.
Meet this dynamic long-distance hiking athlete, author and speaker at a free program.
Learn how to improve habitat for upland wildlife by viewing on the ground examples.
Teachers should register as soon as possible to attend the free workshops to learn about this middle school unit.
An evening of music and storytelling offers unique connection to nature in St. Louis.
This free class gives hunters an opportunity to improve their upland bird and waterfowl hunting skills.
Participants will gain certification to teach the Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program in their schools.
Shotgun shooters now have another chance each week to try their hand at this dynamic and challenging shotgun sport.
It’s a rare chance for families to explore the area after dark and discover these nocturnal insect wonders at a free event.
Both Boy and Girl Scouts can participate in activities that will help them advance toward multiple merit badges.
This free workshop is designed to help landowners improve the natural quality of their land.
Sample a variety of shooting sports next Monday in an open house-style format.
Discover the magic behind creating a garden that will have butterflies fluttering in your yard.
Stay in Touch with MDC news, newsletters, events, and manage your subscription
Our monthly publication about conservation in Missouri--free to all residents.
Xplor helps kids find adventure in their own backyard. Free to residents of Missouri.
We protect and manage the fish, forest, and wildlife of the state. We facilitate and provide opportunity for all citizens to use, enjoy, and learn about these resources.