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Girls, ages 11-15, should apply by May 15 for this chance to learn outdoor skills and safety in a fun, immersive environment.
Participants will build a wren house and learn about gleaning food from nature at MDC's Gorman Discovery Center
Kids learn angling skills while catching fish
A fed bear is a dead bear! Learn more at mdc.mo.gov/bearaware
Actor Tom Milligan gives a first-person performance of modern conservation movement pioneer, Jay Norwood “Ding Darling”.
Primitive skills event and Ding Darling program highlight May schedule.
The ranges will close for two weeks for MDC crews to complete the work; shotgun fields and archery facilities will remain open to the public.
Veterans get a day of free fishing at Bennett Spring State Park on April 27.
Newborn animals, such as birds, rabbits and fawns, are best left alone
Events planned for Springfield Nature Center, Shepherd of the Hills Hatchery.
Organization's grounds crew receives Missouri Arbor Award of Excellence.
Applications now accepted for day camp that will teach girls and boys outdoor skills
Homeowners asked to be wary of people offering tree service solutions to EAB problems
People can watch nesting falcons via streaming video online
Turtles are crossing Missouri roads this spring looking for grub and a mate
The invasive species spreads aggressively, choking out native plants and trees
MDC congratulates Brian Rehmeier on breaking the state record by snagging a 2-pound, 10-ounce gizzard shad while fishing on Bigelow Creek in St. Charles County.
The small-but-mighty ruby-throated hummingbird travels hundreds of miles back to the U.S. after spending the winter in the south.
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