The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reported hunters checked-in 91,460 deer during the opening weekend of the 2014 Firearms Deer Season Nov. 15-16.
The 2014 Conservation Kids Club continues its “Fantastic Four” meetings Saturday, Nov. 22.
November brings winter weather and providing sustenance to our feathered friends
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is advising residents that even though bird feeding and/or watching is a $22 billion industry, in fact, you can enjoy the hobby for just pennies a day.
As soon as I saw the buck’s massive antlers, adrenaline started coursing through my veins. I could actually feel my predatory instinct turning on and honing in. My vision narrowed.
When the firearms portion of deer season opens this Saturday, parts of Missouri will have more deer and a bumper crop of corn will affect hunting strategies. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) said decisions that hunters make in harvesting deer are among the most significant factors affecting deer numbers this year and in the future.
Ray Eye must be part turkey. I don’t know how else to explain it. The man just flat out speaks their language. After over 50 years in the turkey woods, hundreds of birds under his belt and countless turkey calling championships won, “Uncle Ray,” has earned the title of living legend.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) announced that young hunters ages 6 through 15 checked in 18,091 deer during Missouri’s early youth portion of deer hunting seasons on Nov. 1 and 2.
Listening to a wild Missouri elk bugle for the first time was one of the most moving and inspiring moments I’ve ever experienced in the outdoors.
More than one billion pounds of pumpkins are produced in the U.S. annually each year, with many as jack-o-lanterns during Halloween
While pumpkins are native to this country and were a favorite edible of Native Americans, the use of the large fruits as a Halloween decoration didn’t become popular until the Irish began immigrating to this country in the mid 1800s.
The Osage Community Elks Lodge #2705, located in Laurie, began collecting deer hides for veterans Sept. 27.
Missouri high school anglers will have the chance to fish for $28,000 in scholarship money during the Missouri High School Fall Classic Bass Tournament Oct. 26 at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Kentucky Lake is a true sportsman’s paradise. A group of 200 professional outdoor enthusiasts just proved it.
The Annual Take a Kid Fishing Derby is an increasingly popular free activity for children and their families to try to hook a big catch or learn how to fish from local experts.
Not only do monarch butterflies migrate thousands of miles each year, but they also go through four generations per year, so the butterflies that migrate south each fall are not the same ones that came north in the spring.
On Oct. 4-5, Lake Area businesses will see a swarm of amateur fisherman come to Lake of the Ozarks in hopes of claiming a $70,000 grand prize for the biggest fish during the Annual Fall Big Bass Bash.