Conservation Education Center


Conservation Education Center
Conservation Education Center is listed in the Parks category in Guthrie Center, Iowa. Displayed below are the social networks for Conservation Education Center which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Conservation Education Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

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2473 160th Rd
Guthrie Center, IA 50115
(641) 747-8383
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Did you know Cooper's hawks eat about 12 percent of their weight daily to keep up with their high metabolic demands?
Cooper’s hawks (Accipiter cooperii) are one of Iowa’s three accipiter species. (Accipiter is Latin for hawk and these species are primarily woodland raptors.) The Cooper’s hawk primarily dines on other birds. It’s the most widespread accipiter on

Plant edible habitat and conservation cover with the State Forest Nursery’s February specialty packet:…

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Marcel named as chief of DNR’s field services

Set that alarm clock! ⏰⛺
The three-month window to reserve a state park campsite for a Friday arrival on Memorial Day weekend opens this Sunday, Feb. 26. More than a few campers will plan their arrival for the weekend before Memorial Day and stay through the holiday, which m

Crazy Iowa weather + winter = THUNDERSNOW.

One person has been cited for possessing eagle talons, but we still need your help finding the person responsible for the eagle's death.
The search continues for the party responsible for the death of a bald eagle discovered Jan. 25, in Yellow Banks County Park, on the southeast side of Des Moines.

You get some nice artwork for your walls. Iowa's wildlife gets help with habitat, research and more work that protects vulnerable wildlife species and helps keep common species common.
What do monarchs and warblers have in common? They, along with more than 1,000 other birds, reptiles, insects, mammals and amphibians, rely on Iowans to support wildlife diversity initiatives in the state.