10/15/09

KANSAS HUNTERS CAN MAKE HUNTERS NOV. 7-8

Experienced hunters asked to take sons and daughters hunting, and their friends, tooPRATT — On Nov. 7-8, Kansas hunters have the opportunity to add to their ranks by taking a youngster hunting. These two days are reserved for hunters 16 and younger to hunt pheasants and quail under the supervision of an adult 18 or older. (The adult may not hu ... Read More


KANSAS LANDOWNER HONORED BY NATIONAL ORGANIZATION

Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies honors Wallace Weber with 2009 annual Award for Exemplary Commitment to Conservation StewardshipDORRANCE — The Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies — the organization that represents North America’s fish and wildlife agencies — honored 12 individuals and two entities for outstanding commitment to ... Read More


TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FALL FISHING

Good fishing throughout state in Indian summer, but techniques may need modifyingPRATT — Although most outdoorsmen and women have already hunted deer, ducks, or doves, and others are looking forward upland game seasons, die-hard anglers take advantage of fishing opportunities on mild autumn days. This time of year, fish may be a little less ac ... Read More


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WESTAR ENERGY'S GREEN TEAM OFFERING YOUTH DEER HUNTS

December and January hunts for youth who have never harvested a deer; application deadline Nov. 2ST. MARYS — On Dec. 2-13 and Jan. 1-10, Westar Energy's Green Team will offer guided deer hunts at Jeffrey Energy Center near St. Mary's. The hunts are for youth who have never harvested a deer. Youth must be accompanied by a parent or mentor who, ... Read More


STATE PARKS TRAILS ADVISORY BOARD TO MEET NOV. 18

Meeting at Great Plains Nature Center to review project funding proposalsPRATT — The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) Trails Advisory Board will hold a public meeting Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the Great Plains Nature Center, 6232 E. 29th St. North in Wichita to discuss projects submitted for funding under the Recreational Trails Fun ... Read More