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Morel Mushroom Hunting - Discover Nature

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The Missouri Department of Conservation wants to help you discover nature and take part in a different type of spring hunt, morel mushroom hunting.
Morels are treasured both for their delectable flavor and for the fun of the hunt.
Morels have a short growing season in the spring, starting in mid-April and ending in mid-Nay, depending on the weather.
Look for morels around elm, ash or apple trees.
Most conservation areas allow the collecting of mushrooms, but regulations vary, so check before you collect.
For help with mushroom ID, check out the conservation department’s guide, Missouri’s Wild Mushrooms, available online at MissouriConservation.org.
There are varieties of edible and non-edible mushrooms.
So if you are not 100 percent positive of the ID, don’t eat it.
For more opportunities to discover nature, check out these events at the Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center.
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