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Guests can get an up-close look at a bald eagle and golden eagle.
Springfield Nature Center program will feature live owls and evening hikes on trails.
The free program will be an opportunity for all ages to learn the basics of a wide variety of firearms.
Discover nature this winter with live eagle presentations, new exhibits in Jefferson City.
Formerly known as the Maple Sugar Festival, this free family event has now expanded to embrace many more aspects of winter.
Landowners should pre-register for their desired workshop date and location.
New positives in the CWD management zone are reason to ‘step up’ CWD management efforts.
Program includes indoor nature displays and outdoor wild eagle viewing
Residents can drop off used natural Christmas trees after the holidays at Busch Lake 35 until Jan. 12.
Families welcome at indoor and outdoor nature programs
Kyle Dick will help protect forest, fish, and wildlife resources in Northwest Missouri
MDC staff will lead winter trek to highlight features of this popular conservation area.
Hartwig will lead regional operations to deliver on conservation strategic priorities and performance measures.
Benjamin Bardot will help protect forest, fish, and wildlife resources in northwest Missouri
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