Call 1-800-392-1111 to report poaching and arson
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Anglers should report all sightings and dispose of these non-native fish without returning them to the water.
FREE public programs include outdoor and virtual events to ensure public safety.
Range near Buckner offering basic pistol courses and ongoing shotgun programs
Alex Phillips was bowfishing with the previous record holder when he shot the fish.
Free programs at Gorman Discovery Center on nature study with digital devices
Food can make the difference between peacefully sharing Missouri’s landscape with bears and problematic conflicts.
Help native bumble bees by participating in the Missouri Bumble Bee Atlas community science project.
Find potted native plants and seeds from vendors at Gorman Discovery Center
Outdoor spaces will remain accessible and staffed facilities will reopen May 8.
The two projects are awarded through the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Regional Conservation Partnership Program.
Interpretive hikes and information tables available during event near Harrisonville
Don’t forget to register online for free in-person and virtual MDC nature events this month.
Burr Oak Woods Nature Center in Blue Springs teaches fishing and kayaking
Meet birds of prey in person at these free events happening on May 16 and 28.
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