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Discover the truth behind these often misunderstood but most essential of pollinators.
FREE public programs include outdoor and virtual events to ensure public safety.
People invited to take a free morning or afternoon float on Lake Girardeau.
The nature center building is closed as a COVID-19 precaution; however, the outdoor trails remain open.
Take a guided hike on the Paw Paw Valley Trail after dark to learn about the area's nocturnal wildlife
Young anglers age 15 and under will get to fish for free at Aug. 15 event.
Aug. 13 event will feature catch-and-release opportunities.
Benefits of these frequently feared reptiles will be discussed at free virtual event.
Online program will focus on kayak selection and what gear is needed.
Learn everything you’ll need to create the ultimate family nature outing at this free, virtual program.
Some restrictions will be in place after opening for the safety of visitors and staff
This virtual event will reveal the special ways time in the woods can help you, and how you can return the favor.
Participants can watch animals at Cape Girardeau Nature Center eat during online event
New programs and protocols are in place as COVID-19 precautions
Twin Pines Conservation Education Center will host Aug. 13 workshop.
People can get information about this beneficial landscaping device
Online event will provide information on how to attract beneficial insects to your yard
Hatchery and kids' fishing pond closed as a COVID-19 precaution
People can get information on plants that provide good bird habitat.
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