What should you do if you find a fawn in your garage? That’s not a question most people have had to ask themselves, but it was one that faced a St. Louis area family recently. After a call to the Missouri Department of Conservation, they had an answer—leave it alone.
As people celebrate this summer, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds everyone to be careful with fireworks, campfires, and other sources of fire that could cause a wildfire.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is now accepting applications for the Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership Program. For 2021, a total of $150 million nationwide is available for outdoor recreation projects.
On Saturday, June 19, people can use a paint brush to learn the differences between rainbow and brown trout.
By Larry Dablemont
People have been contacting me asking if I had heard about the Missouri Department of Conservation declaring that people who take photographs inside public areas, they manage must buy a permit to do so. I have to look into that, but I can’t imagine that they would do that, telling photographers to pay in order to take pictures inside areas owned by the citizens of the state of Missouri.