For years now, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) has been working hard to expand the states elk population.
Kudzu is a type of vine, native to Asia, that chokes out surrounding vegetation by its spreading. The vine, originally brought to the United States in 1876 during the Philadelphia Centennial Expedition, has become well known.
Starting July 1, hunters can go to the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) website to apply for a managed deer hunt.
Once again it is spring and time for free fishing. This weekend, June 8-9, 2019 anyone can fish for free in Missouri.
Warm summer months means that nature is at its full strength- everything from animals to plants are out getting some sunshine.
Spring in Missouri this year has been exceptionally wet, and those located near streams and rivers can attest to that.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) manages to raise and release almost two million trout every year.
In 2014 a country in Africa, Botswana, implemented an elephant hunting ban; five years later, Botswana has more elephants than any other country in Africa.
Alton, Missouri has a “Bear in the Area” sign posted on Highway AA near the Mark Twain Forest Preserve.
On Highway AA, which is north of Alton, MO off State Route 19 a “Bear in the Area” sign was installed.
Lately the feral hog population has been skyrocketing throughout the state of Missouri causing farmers to quit planting their fields.
The tick has been hitching rides on your friendly neighborhood mammals (deer) and has now spread to more places than ever.