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6/3/2010

LEFTOVER NONRESIDENT DEER PERMITS AVAILABLE JUNE 15

GOVERNOR DECLARES JUNE “GREAT OUTDOORS MONTH”

NRCS ANNOUNCES LESSER PRAIRIE CHICKEN INITIATIVE

RARE FUNGUS COULD INFECT KANSAS BATS

Leftover Buck
LEFTOVER NONRESIDENT DEER PERMITS AVAILABLE

More than 4,000 leftover permits available to nonresidentsPRATT — The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) has announced nonresident deer permits are still available for the 2010 season. These are permits that were not taken in the April nonresident application period. They are Whitetail Either-Sex permits (hunter designates equipment ... Read More


GOVERNOR DECLARES JUNE “GREAT OUTDOORS MONTH”

Proclamation highlights benefits of outdoor recreationTOPEKA -- Gov. Mark Parkinson wants Kansans to get out and have some fun. To this end, Parkinson recently proclaimed June “Great Outdoors Month.” His proclamation reads as follows:WHEREAS, Kansas citizens have a proud tradition of both safeguarding the environment and enjoying the outdoors; ... Read More


Lesser Chicken
NRCS ANNOUNCES LESSER PRAIRIE CHICKEN INITIATIVE

Applications accepted through June 25 SALINA--Eric B. Banks, state conservationist for the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Kansas, announced that applications for participation in a national lesser prairie chicken habitat improvement initiative will be accepted through June 25, 2010. This initiative will also promote the overal ... Read More


RARE FUNGUS COULD INFECT KANSAS BATS

Newly-discovered fungus may cause white nose syndrome; Oklahoma bat infectedPRATT — In light of the recent discovery of a bat in Oklahoma harboring the fungus Geomyces destructans, chances are that the fungus will also show up in Kansas bats. This newly discovered fungus may cause white nose syndrome (WNS), which has resulted in high mortality ... Read More