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Top counties for the early youth hunt were Howell with 350, Osage with 316, and Franklin with 263.
Director Jerry Presley guided MDC after the Design for Conservation period.
Andy Barnes is SEAFWA's Wildlife Officer of the Year.
Single-span bridge will help people and wildlife at MDC public use area in Dallas County.
Explore roots of conservation in Missouri and the U.S. with presentation from Ding Darling interpreter.
Grant funds helped create new archery range at Memphis Reservoir.
Anyone with information that could help with the investigation are encouraged to call the OGT hotline at 1-800-392-1111.
This is the first deer found dead in Missouri that has tested positive for CWD.
Join the O’Fallon Park Honey Suckle Sweep and help beautify one of St. Louis historic parks.
MDC recognizes Michael Kane’s long-standing volunteer service to the region.
Managed hunt is being used as a tool to help keep deer numbers at a healthy level.
Some yellow hues appeared early while many trees are still green.
Wetland unit at the Bob Brown Conservation area to be renamed for former Missouri conservation commissioner
Special event will feature nature program and crafts for kids
Autumn colors and hills featured at Poosey Conservation Area in Livingston County
Mike Brooks honored for work with Hunting Incident Investigation Academy.
Go to facebook.com/moconservation/ Oct. 31 at noon and ask an agent a question.
Some yellow hues appeared early and many trees are still green.
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