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Under new leadership, the Missouri Department of Conservation tackled challenges old and new.
This year’s muzzleloader harvest is well above the 10-year average.
Cooperative efforts with other states and conservation groups is getting the Show-Me State’s elk-restoration program off to a fast start.
A Carroll County deer hunter shot a coyote weighing more than 100 pounds.
Despite chilly winds, hearty birds and bird watchers both turned out in good numbers for Eagle Days at Squaw Creek.
With only the muzzleloader and late youth hunts remaining, this year’s firearms deer harvest is likely to fall short of last year’s.
Eagle Days is set to take flight in just a few short weeks!
MDC and MoDOT sponsor 2011 Trash-Can Decorating Contest. More info at www.nomoretrash.org.
The MDC recently confirmed a mountain lion sighting in northwest Missouri.
A majestic white bird – bunches of them -- may be on the water or wing for Eagle Days this weekend (Dec. 4-5) at the Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge.
Foundation is raising funds and offering expertise for Missouri elk restoration efforts.
Harvest numbers were up in the north and down in the south.
Eagle Days at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge the first weekend in December.
Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) biologists recently wrapped up the first phase of a new blue catfish survey at Truman Lake and Lake of the Ozarks.
For the first time, winter trout fishing is available at the Fountain Bluff Sports Complex in Liberty.
Cooler weather and some rain before and during opening weekend improved conditions for hunters and were also good for deer activity.
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