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9/22/11

HEAT AND DROUGHT IMPACT 2011 UPLAND BIRD FORECAST

September 22, 2011
While some areas of central, northcentral, and northwest Kansas may offer good hunting, drought and heat have reduced bird numbersPRATT — Kansas upland bird hunters enjoyed a banner season in 2010, but this summer’s heat and drought in parts of the state have hurt upland bird prospects for 2011. The Kansas Department of Wild ... Read More


STATE ASKING FOR INPUT ON SPECIES IN NEED OF CONSERVATION

September 22, 2011
Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Plan under reviewPRATT — The Kansas Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Plan was prepared in 2005 as a requirement for the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) to be eligible to continue receiving State Wildlife Grants (SWG). Scheduled to be updated before its 10-year a ... Read More


YOUTH WATERFOWL, LATE-MIGRATING DUCK SEASONS FLYING IN

September 22, 2011
Despite dry weather, high duck numbers should draw huntersPRATT — The summer of 2011 will be remembered in Kansas as one of the driest, hottest on record, and much of Kansas still needs rain this fall. However, high duck numbers will still provide hunters with options, and the early youth waterfowl seasons are just around th ... Read More