The Missouri Department of Conservation and St. Louis County Parks have joined forces to restore native habitat to Queeny Park.
St. Louis, Mo. — A chance to get in on the ground floor of something that’s sure to grow really big doesn’t come along every day, but people of all ages will have the chance to do just that April 26.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and St. Louis County Parks (SLCP) have joined forces to restore native habitat to Queeny Park. The seeds of this project planted now will grow into vibrant new habitat forsongbirds, butterflies, reptiles, amphibians, and other wildlife in the future.
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Good reproduction in 2011 and 2012 helped young hunters.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Young hunters checked 4,332 turkeys during Missouri’s youth turkey hunting season April 12 and 13, topping the 4,000 mark for the second time in the youth season’s 14-year history.
Top counties in the youth season were Franklin with 107 birds checked, Cedar with 96, and Webster with 92. The Missouri Department of Conservation recorded one nonfatal hunting incident during the weekend hunt.
Conservation makes Missouri a great place to hunt and fish.