Missouri Conservation Department

Mountain Lion, Trail Camera

Another Mountain Lion Sighted in Mo.

The state Conservation Department said Tuesday that a trail camera photographed a mountain lion in Grundy County on April 2.


trash litter

Roadside Litter Costing You Money

The price tag for cleaning up the cans, bottles, fast food wrapped and boxes along with other assorted litter is costing the state about five-million dollars a year.


Deer Hunting, Courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation

MO Hunters Take 239-Thousand Deer

The season’s total was up about 7,400 from last year, but roughly 13,000 below the 10-year average.


Centerville Mountain Lion

Live Mountain Lion Capture in Mark Twain National Forest

The big cat was turned over to conservation agents, who weighed, measured, tapped it for DNA.


Deer chronic wasting

On the Lookout for Deer Wasting Disease

Officials are encouraging hunters this month to help monitor free-ranging deer for chronic wasting disease.


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Low Count for Urban Deer Hunt

Conservation officials attribute the lower numbers to warm weather and less deer activity.


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More Missouri Trout On The Way

Missouri’s Conservation Department celebrates the expansion of the trout hatchery near Bennett Spring State Park later this month.


Blue Catfish

More Big Blues for MO Rivers & Lakes

The Conservation Department is in the middle of three-year study that involves catching, weighing, measuring and releasing blue catfish in the two lakes.



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