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11/4/10

Highway Deer
MOTORISTS BEWARE: DEER ON THE MOVE IN NOVEMBER

Kansas deer-vehicle collisions peak in NovemberTOPEKA — Leaves are turning, and fall is in the air — and deer are crossing highways. The peak of the deer breeding season, which occurs the first three weeks in November, is when deer-vehicle collisions are highest. That’s why the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT), the Kansas Highway Pat ... Read More


KDWP VOLUNTARY ELECTRONIC DEER REGISTRATION ONLINE ONLY

First photo electronic deer registration in nation helps hunters comply with interstate transportation laws; phone registration not an optionPRATT — This fall, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) developed a voluntary option for transporting harvested deer that allows hunters to register their harvested deer through the Internet ... Read More


Red Fox
ONLINE FURHARVESTER EDUCATION COURSE REPLACES CORRESPONDENCE COURSE

Online course free, correspondence no longer offeredPRATT — Persons desiring to hunt or trap Kansas furbearing animals are anxiously awaiting the 2010 season opener – noon Wednesday, Nov. 17. The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP reminds individuals preparing for the opener that Kansas law requires anyone born on or after July 1, 1 ... Read More


STATE PARK WINTER SERVICES LIMITED BUT AVAILABLE

Colder weather battens down some facilities during winter; all parks openPRATT — Kansas state parks began their off-season on Oct. 1, and it runs through March 31. During this time, many state parks reduce services although all remain open. Office hours and services vary from park to park, but most offices are open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday t ... Read More