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Talented nature lovers can share their creativity with the public during outdoor-themed performances.
Get started in the thrilling sport of deer hunting with the guidance of a MDC expert.
Learn about the popular sport that brings together hunting and fishing at a free two-day class with a hands-on field experience.
MDC crews repaired the road after a sinkhole formed on Glencoe Road near the entrance.
Visitors should be able to enjoy impressive golden displays continuously through mid-August.
Those interested in having input on the area’s 10-year management plan are invited to share their ideas during the month of July.
Cast a line back in time and discover fishing the way grandpa did it by attending free classes.
A pair of free programs are designed to help children of different age ranges discover nature.
Those interested in getting into this lifetime sport have both afternoon and evening class options.
Food can make the difference between peaceful co-existence with bears and problematic conflicts.
Teachers can register to attend free workshops in July.
These free monthly outdoor learning experiences are designed especially for kids from infancy to age three.
Bring kids age 8-12 for a free outdoor adventure that blends art and biology.
The closure will enable MDC crews to make enhancements to the range.
Waterfowl hunters have until June 17 to enter the drawing for blind sites to be held June 19.
Over the next three years, visitors will see improvements to enhance their experience and bring more wildlife to the historic urban park.
Nature explorers age 4-6 will learn about amphibians with hands-on explorations.
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