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MDC Headquarters and Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City will close to the public beginning Dec. 14.
Prucinsky said she’s excited to discover more about the unique natural history of Missouri.
Derick Childers grew up in nearby Laclede County community of Conway.
Free online program will feature hunting strategies and tips on processing harvested game.
Take advantage of this 10-day sale on these popular calendars and get contact-less pick up at the nature center.
Programs on waterfowl, barred owls, and Big Year birding results are planned.
Learn to transform your harvest into delicious and healthy meats ready for the table.
FREE public programs include outdoor and virtual events to ensure public safety.
Get tips on smoking, pickling, canning, and other ways to prepare fish from the wild.
Motus Wildlife Tracking System allows researchers across the globe to gather and share information on migrating birds.
Get information on the techniques and ingredients needed to grill or bake fish from the wild.
Each participant will receive a 12” wreath and additional materials to fashion a one-of-a-kind holiday masterpiece.
Calendars celebrating nature will be 50 percent off Dec. 8-18 at nature centers
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