Bull Shoals Field Station

The Bull Shoals Field Station is a location for faculty, students and scientists to conduct research and educational programs that promote understanding of southwest Missouri ecosystems. Research at the field station helps answer questions about organisms in their native habitats and helps solve problems resulting from the Ozarks region’s rapidly changing environment.

The Bull Shoals Field Station was created in 1999 through a cooperative agreement between Missouri State University, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Missouri Department of Conservation. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers owns the five acres of land Missouri State occupies and the Missouri Department of Conservation grants MSU access to 5,600 acres of land at the nearby Drury-Mincy Conservation Area.

  • Bull Shoals Field Station

  • Bull Shoals Field Station