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Discover Nature—Fishing programs teach angling basics and participants go fishing
MDC is proposing allowing thermal imaging and night vision to help landowners control nuisance wildlife and invasive species on their private properties.
Blue Eye angler Bill Babler set the record with a 40-pound, 6-ounce fish.
This free, introductory course is open for ages 11 an up and includes hands-on shooting practice.
Those interested in having input on the area’s 25-year management plan are invited to share their ideas during the month of September.
Public can comment through Oct. 31 on draft management plan.
Learn why and when to burn to meet land management goals.
Participants can learn about managing fish and aquatic plants in ponds
Visitors can see bison, wildflowers, birds, and learn about prairie ecology
Free workshop will help landowners avoid hazards of chainsaw use while performing habitat management.
An online reallocation drawing will be held to assign three relinquished blind sites.
After extensive flooding MDC work crews have enabled public access on a primarily walk-in basis.
A variety of science and fun activities planned at Gorman Discovery Center and Burr Oak Woods Nature Center
Registration open now for tournament at new, state-of-the-art archery park.
Women are treated to a free day of fishing at the trout park, which features Missouri’s fifth largest spring.
International Society of Arboriculture spotlights successes in community forestry.
MDC staff and partners to speak at 10:30 a.m. at open house.
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