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People can learn why bumblebee populations are declining and what we can do to reverse that trend
With social distancing, participants will learn about nature and outdoor skills
July 31 virtual program will focus on spin fishing for trout.
Participants will learn the basics and proper loading of firearms with multiple types of actions during this free virtual program.
Children can learn about these interesting mammals through a virtual puppet show.
Participants will build a balsa wood crankbait to catch fish such as bass
Free classes designed to introduce families to fishing.
Learn how to identify this venomous snake from other snakes.
Learn interesting facts about how snakes consume their food and see a two-headed snake eat.
Learn what, when and where to fish for in the many fishing lakes in the St. Louis Urban Fishing program during this free presentation.
New tracts will be added with help from donors and conservation partners
Andy Dalton Shooting Range staff will host online program on the basics of archery.
Register to attend this free clinic, recommended for ages 11-years and older.
Some restrictions will be in place as MDC office makes gradual transition back to normalcy.
Andy Dalton Shooting Range staff will host online program on how to improve shotgun skills.
Interesting creatures may be making a hollow a home
MDC has reopened Powder Valley Nature Center, Henges and Busch Shooting Ranges and the St. Louis Regional Office within public health guidelines after COVID-19 shutdown.
The roving bear that is suspected to have traveled several states has been released safely outside the urban area.
Visitors should be able to enjoy impressive golden displays continuously through mid-August.
Visitor center scheduled to reopen on July 9 at Warsaw
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