The Missouri Department of Conservation is asking for your input on how Bee Hollow Conservation Area might be best used. A draft plan is now available, and MDC seeks comments from recreational users, neighboring landowners, conservation groups, elected officials, and government agencies. Bee Hollow is located south of Macon. The area offers hunting and fishing opportunities on 271 acres. It is managed primarily for waterfowl, deer, and turkey. Habitats include forest, wetlands, croplands, and old fields. The wetland pools are managed to provide fall and spring migration habitat and habitat for reptiles and amphibians.