Songbirds are free to roam, and their travels take them beyond wild places to the trees, shrubs, and grasses they find in cities or near rural homes. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages people to get outside this summer and look for birds in their yards or neighborhood.
Maramec Spring Park reopened on Monday, May 4, with some restrictions in place to help users maintain social distancing. Both the park and campground will be taking steps to keep visitors safe until state and local health officials deem it reasonable to return to regular business.
Earlier this week, Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced the first phase of the “Show Me Strong Recovery” plan outlining how Missouri will gradually begin to reopen economic and social activity starting Monday, May 4.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer Missourians the state’s first elk-hunting season in modern history starting this fall. MDC will issue five permits for hunting bull elk for the 2020 season this fall. Four general permits will be for the public and one permit will be reserved for qualifying area landowners.
On May 4 Maramec Spring Park will reopen for use, with restrictions. In order to properly control social distancing, the park will implement the following: