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4/21/11

23RD ANNUAL OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CAMP JUNE 5-10

Six-day camp teaches youngsters outdoor skills from fishing, swimming, and star-gazing to canoeing, archery, and wingshootingJUNCTION CITY — The Kansas Wildlife Federation (KWF) and the K-State Cooperative Extension Service are sponsoring the 23rd Annual Outdoor Adventure Camp (OAC) June 5-10 at the Camp WaShunGa area of Rock Springs 4-H Cente ... Read More


WICHITA WOMAN NAMED HUNTER EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR OF THE YEAR

Rose Corby honored by Hunter Education Advisory Committee at Wichita workshopPRATT — At an April 16 hunter education workshop in Wichita, the Kansas Hunter Education Advisory Committee honored Rose Corby, Wichita, as the 2010 Instructor of the Year. Corby first became an instructor in 2001, teaching alongside her husband, Michael, an instructo ... Read More


OUTDOOR WRITERS OF KANSAS RAISE FUNDS FOR YOUTH PROGRAMS

May 2 auction raises scholarship money for Outdoor Adventure CampPARSONS — Looking for some bargains on fishing, hunting, and camping equipment? Plan on attending the Outdoor Writers of Kansas (OWK) fundraising auction May 2 at the City Municipal Building, 112 South 17th Street in Parsons. The event will start at 7:30 p.m.Among items up for bi ... Read More


FISHING LICENSES DOLLARS MAKE KANSAS ANGLING GREAT

License purchase means more angling opportunityPRATT — Spring is a time of renewal, anticipation, and respite from a long winter. But for anglers, spring means just one thing: the fish are biting somewhere. April, May, and June are the best months to fish in Kansas, and fishing opportunities have never been better. Anglers preparing for anothe ... Read More


SPRINGTIME CAUTION: LEAVE YOUNG WILDLIFE ALONE

Young animals may seem abandoned but are seldom alone in the wild; “rescue,” however, may kill themPRATT — Spring is a time of rebirth and birth, with trees budding and young wildlife being born and hatched, and different levels of parental care are employed within the animal kingdom, all designed to work without human interference. But one co ... Read More