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As the sun set Monday on the Yellow Finch tree-sits near Elliston, the aerial blockade of the Mountain Valley Pipeline remained. A judge ordered the tree-sitters down last week. While an encampment … more
In his 35 years in the business, Richard Perry had never seen anything like it. The pictures came to his personal cell phone, as they always do, about two weeks ago. The owner of Virginia Wildlife … more
The Richmond goose drama began in the weeks before the plump winged birds were swooped quietly from the park. A petition was launched to save them. A lawsuit was filed against the city for lack of … more
North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is offering license refunds to more than 9,000 deer hunters due to an outbreak of disease in western North Dakota.State wildlife officials in August began … more
An unidentified hiker reportedly injured on Old Rag Mountain on Friday could not be airlifted for medical treatment until the sun came up yesterday morning, the Rappahannock News reports. “We … more
The hunters came from at least 21 states to the deep-cut canyons and Sand Hills of Nebraska to bag trophies for their walls back home. More than 100 people from states like New York, Wisconsin, … more
With warmer temperatures and moisture in the ground, April is typically a good month to look for morel mushrooms. Looking for morels gives plenty of opportunity for exercise and enjoying time … more
JEFFERSON CITY — With many people in Missouri heading outside to enjoy the spring weather, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds people that it is still critical for everyone to … more
For many waterfowl hunters, the season never seems to go long enough. For waterfowl hunters wanting to hunt later in the year, the Light Goose Conservation Order Season gives hunters an … more
Once a newspaper editor asked me if I ever tweeted! I told her, “Shucks ma'am, I can’t even hardly whistle.” She laughed at me, and I didn’t know why. I got laughed at again yesterday. … more
The Missouri Department of Conservation is offering free, voluntary Chronic wasting disease sampling and testing of deer harvested anywhere in Missouri throughout the season at MDC regional offices … more
All deer and turkey must be checked by telephone or on the Internet. No in-person checking stations are available. You don’t need to call Telecheck immediately after taking the game. You have … more
The month of November is a month that many outdoor enthusiasts in Missouri look forward to each year. Every year, firearms deer season begins in November. Deer hunting can offer fun and … more
Starting in 2020, the Missouri Department of Conservation will increase the minimum acreage requirement from five to 20 acres for resident landowners and members of their immediate households to … more
Whether you’re using a traditional paper permit or the MO Hunting app, after harvesting a deer or turkey, you must notch your permit and Telecheck your game. Notch It On a paper permit, tear … more
The Missouri Department of Conservation and state leaders took actions to increase penalties for those caught poaching Missouri game animals and other native wildlife species. Gov. Mike Parson … more
You may notice as the weather cools and the days become shorter, you might see more deer movement. The reason is these conditions line up with the deer breeding cycle which occurs in the … more
The firearms deer season is made up of five portions: youth, Nov. 2 to Nov. 3, 2019 and Nov. 29, 2019 to Dec. 1, 2019, statewide; firearms, November portion, Nov. 16, 2019 to Nov. 26, … more
Missouri Department of Conservation recommends that people make sure their hunter education is up to date. The department offers an all-online hunter-education course for Missouri residents 16 … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Local residents are invited to spend the day outdoors and help one of Missouri's most scenic state parks by volunteering at its annual "Fall Beautification Day" from 9 a.m. to 1 … more
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