7/15/09

KDWP News, 7/15/09


SPECIAL HUNTS OFFER SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY
LEFTOVER NONRESIDENT DEER PERMITS AVAILABLE BEGINNING JULY 20
LOVEWELL STATE PARK HOSTS SAND SCULPTURE CONTEST JULY 19HYDRILLA ERADICATION PROJECT UNDERWAY AT OLATHE POND Read More


Mentor Youth
SPECIAL HUNTS OFFER SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY

KDWP's Special Hunts Program takes youth, novices on hunts of a lifetimePRATT -- Time is short to apply for one of the Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks (KDWP) special hunts for beginning hunters. The Special Hunts Program offers a variety of limited hunts, and many are designed to introduce youth and novices to hunting, usually in an uncrow ... Read More


NR Deer
LEFTOVER NONRESIDENT DEER PERMITS AVAILABLE BEGINNING JULY 20

More than 4,650 permits available to nonresidents; all deer management units have leftover permitsPRATT -- The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) has announced that 4,652 nonresident deer permits are still available for the 2009 season. These are permits that were not taken in the May nonresident application period. They are Whitet ... Read More


LOVEWELL STATE PARK HOSTS SAND SCULPTURE CONTEST JULY 19

14th annual event offers teams prizes and plenty of funWEBBER -- The 14th annual Sand Castle/Sculpture Contest at Lovewell State Park, near Webber, is scheduled for Sunday, July 19, at the Southwinds Beach area of the state park. Teams comprising as many as five people can register at the state park office from 8 a.m. to noon on Sunday.Sand c ... Read More


HYDRILLA ERADICATION PROJECT UNDERWAY AT OLATHE POND

Aquatic nuisance species discovered in city's Black Bob Park Pond last yearPRATT -- In 2008, biologists with the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) discovered hydrilla in Olathe's Black Bob Park Pond. A native of Asia, hydrilla is considered an aquatic nuisance species (ANS) in Kansas. Hydrilla seriously interferes with boating, bo ... Read More