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Widely scattered mountain-lion sightings have been confirmed in Missouri and likely will continue.
There is no cost for the program, but pre-registration is required.
Two-day class will be held Sept. 18-19 from 5:30 – 9 p.m. at MDC Central Regional Office in Columbia.
Attend Discover Nature: Women’s Basic Firearms program from 5:30 – 8 p.m. on Sept. 17 at Sugar Creek Conservation Area (CA).
Effort is for deer harvested in Adair, Chariton, Linn, Macon, Randolph and Sullivan counties from Sept. 15 to Jan. 15.
MDC offers guidelines to prevent spreading chronic wasting disease (CWD).
J&G Logging nominated for Appalachian Region Logger of the Year.
Congratulations to Chaney & Sons Logging of Birch Tree!
Conservation agents enforce both state and federal wildlife regulations.
Enjoy hot dogs, soft drinks and door-prize drawings in West Plains on Oct. 12.
Participants must pre-register so organizers will have a lunch count.
Are there two albino hummingbirds in northwest Missouri, or did the same bird ride a breeze north?
Hunting season is near, and classes fill up early.
MDC and DU are both celebrating 75 years of making Missouri a great place to hunt, fish and watch wildlife.
Feeders can help migrant hummingbirds, especially in drought year.
Season structure remains unchanged and bag limits are nearly the same as last year.
Action is part of MDC efforts to work with stakeholders on limiting spread of CWD.
The Conservation Department manages fields especially for doves and hunters. The birds get credit for their own abundance.
Fewer dove fields and a weekend opener will mean more hunters per field.
Don’t be too quick to write off drought-stressed trees.
Hunters should be aware of special regulations that apply at the Reed Area.
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