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Missouri Department of Conservation Proposes a Ban on Hog Hunting

If you are planning a hunting trip to kill hogs in the Mark Twain National Forest you had better be doing it sooner rather than later. 366 more words

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GONE WITH GERTIE: A warm day in winter

A warm day in winter

Like many dogs, Gertie can never get enough of getting outside and walking aimlessly on a forested trail or around a lake. 1,004 more words

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State deer kill numbers up as fight continues against disease

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) Missouri hunters are killing more deer after restrictions were lifted in some areas to prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease.

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Stress factors causing tree die off in Missouri

(KTVI) – For a growing number of Missouri trees, this year’s fall leaf drop will be their last.

Mark Grueber of the Missouri Department of Conservation says, “We’ve had some stressful weather conditions over the past few years and along with those stressful weather conditions you get insects and disease that are opportunistic.” 149 more words

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Stress factors causing tree die off in Missouri

(KPLR) – For a growing number of Missouri trees, this year’s fall leaf drop will be their last.

Mark Grueber of the Missouri Department of Conservation says, “We’ve had some stressful weather conditions over the past few years and along with those stressful weather conditions you get insects and disease that are opportunistic.” 149 more words

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Firearms Deer Season Opening Weekend Harvests Over 97,000

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (News release) –  Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that deer hunters in Missouri harvested 97,171 deer during the opening weekend of the November portion of fall firearms deer season, Nov. 170 more words

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Bald Eagle Hospitalized at Dickerson Park Zoo Released

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) – A bald eagle that spent the past two weeks recovering from injuries at the Dickerson Park Zoo has been released.

The Springfield News-Leader reports the zoo and Missouri Department of Conservation officials teamed up to release the bird Thursday near the Bois d’Arc conservation area. 221 more words

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