I believe that we all should give maximum effort to leaving the outdoors and the world around us as natural and as clean as possible. Why are there so many who just don’t seem to give a darn? One of the most disgusting things I have ever seen at an Ozark Lake is at the
MDC confirms 46 more cases of deadly deer disease. Learn more at mdc.mo.gov/CWD. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports it has completed its monitoring and testing efforts for the 2019-2020 chronic wasting disease (CWD) surveillance year. From those efforts, MDC reports it has confirmed 46 new cases of the deadly deer disease. These new
June 6 is National Trails Day, an event that annually sends people searching for new trails to discover. Often, they want a trail that’s smack-dab in the middle of the outdoors, but close enough to be easily reached from urban areas. It has to be a place that’s remote enough that hikers will be completely
Check out these young barn owls from a nesting box in Barton Co. Chicks hatch in the order they were laid so you see various sizes. Barn owls do not “hoot” like other owl species. Instead, they hiss & click their beaks to ward off predators and make raspy calls.
The wood from ash trees is used for baseball bats, tool handles and musical instruments. Sadly, the appearance of the emerald ash borer means nearly all ash trees will die. Those with ash trees in their yard should make a plan to remove them or treat them.
Learn more through May 27 webcast and comment online by June 5 at mdc.mo.gov/bears. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is seeking initial public input on a proposed limited and highly regulated hunting season for black bears, which would be open only to Missouri residents. If approved by the Missouri Conservation Commission, a season could
A variety of songbirds sing through summer in urban and rural areas Songbirds are free to roam, and their travels take them beyond wild places to the trees, shrubs, and grasses they find in cities or near rural homes. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages people to get outside this summer and look for
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds hunters and anglers that squirrel and black bass season opens May 23, the Saturday before Memorial Day. Squirrels The open season on eastern gray and fox squirrels runs May 23 through Feb. 15, 2021. Allowed methods are shotguns, rifles, and other legal firearm methods, as well as archery
Top harvest counties for regular season were Franklin, Callaway, and Laclede. Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that turkey hunters checked 38,730 birds during Missouri’s 2020 regular spring turkey season, April 20 through May 10. Top harvest counties were Franklin with 899 birds harvested, Callaway with 699, and Laclede with 651.
by: Tyler Green-Cedar County Conservation Agent As of 1pm on May 10, 2020, the 2020 Spring Turkey Hunting season closed. What follows is a breakdown of the turkey harvest totals for Cedar County. This year Youth Spring Turkey Hunting Season was open from April 4 to April 5. Youth turkey hunters harvested 40 turkeys this