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KANSAS STATE PARKS TO HOST SATURDAY OPEN HOUSES

Mar. 7, 2013Free entrance at all Kansas state parks, along with special events for the family TOPEKA ­– On Saturday, Mar. 9, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) will host a free entrance day and open houses at all state parks. Visitors will also have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of events at most parks.During the ... Read More


KANSAS WILDLIFE, PARKS AND TOURISM COMMISSION TO MEET IN TOPEKA

March 7, 2013Public hearing to include big game legal equipment, Secretary’s Orders for deer permitsPRATT – The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will conduct a public meeting and hearing on Thursday, Mar. 21, at the Kansas Historical Society History Center, 6425 SW 6 Ave., in Topeka. The afternoon session will begin at 1:30 p.m. an ... Read More


KANSAS WILDLIFE FEDERATION RECOGNIZES 13 CONSERVATIONISTS AT ANNUAL BANQUET

Mar. 7, 2013Local group acknowledges individual achievements in conservation PRATT ­– The Kansas Wildlife Federation (KWF) honored 13 individuals and organizations for their conservation efforts in 2012 at the Conservation Achievement Program (CAP) Awards banquet on Feb. 23. The banquet, held in Emporia, was part of KWF’s annual meeting. Activi ... Read More


PADDLEFISH SPAWNING SEASON OFFERS BIG ANGLING OPPORTUNITIES

Mar. 7, 2013Warmer temperatures give way to a special snagging seasonPRATT ­– A much-anticipated season for Kansas anglers draws near as paddlefish begin their annual spring spawning run. From Mar. 15-May 15, paddlefish permit-holders can snag up to six of these gentle giants from designated areas on the Neosho and Marais des Cygnes Rivers.Padd ... Read More


PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT FOR HOUNDS DURING RUNNING SEASON

Mar. 7, 2013No-kill season allows runners and their dogs to sharpen hunting abilitiesPRATT – Mar. 1, opening day of running season, marks the start of an eight-month-long race as hound enthusiasts and their dogs perfect their furbearer-chasing skills. Through Nov. 1, hunters and their dogs can chase – but not take – bobcats, opossums, raccoons, ... Read More