5/17/07

GREAT PLAINS NATURE CENTER GOING WILD

Great Plains Nature Center’s ‘Walk With Wildlife’ set for June 9WICHITA -- Interested in getting an up-close, personal look at all kinds of Kansas wildlife? Want to hold a live snake? Do you want to discover the differences between hawks and owls?Anyone interested in learning more about wildlife is welcome at the 23rd Annual Walk with Wildlife ... Read More


OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CAMP TO BE HELD JUNE 10-15

Six-day camp teaches youngsters outdoor skills and just plain funPRATT -- Co-sponsored by the Kansas Wildlife Federation (KWF) and the K-State Cooperative Extension Service, the Outdoor Adventure Camp (OAC) is a six-day summer camp for kids who enjoy the outdoors and want to learn more about it. Now in its 19th year, the event will be held Jun ... Read More


JUNE EVENT FOCUSES ON DEVELOPING WOMEN’S OUTDOOR SKILLS

Scott Lake’s Camp Lakeside set for ‘Women’s Outdoor Adventures’ June 8-10SCOTT CITY -- The best way to learn a new skill is hands-on instruction, under the guidance of an expert. That’s the premise for “Women’s Outdoor Adventures,” a weekend workshop planned at Scott State Park June 8-10.Sponsored by the Santa Fe Trail Resource Conservation &a ... Read More


KANSANS TEAM WITH MISSOURI TO FORM NEWEST QUAIL FOREVER CHAPTER

Chapter's habitat work to aid southeast Kansas and southwest Missouri;
fundraiser at Claythorne Lodge May 23JOPLIN, Mo. -- Quail hunting enthusiasts along the Missouri-Kansas state line have formed the newest chapter of Quail Forever (QF), known as the MO-KAN Chapter of QF. The chapter will focus its work on quail habitat creation and restorat ... Read More


THE FEDERAL FARM BILL AFFECTS FISHERMEN

Conservation programs have significant effects on nation's fisheries WASHINGTON, D.C. -- As fishing seasons open across the Midwest, Pheasants Forever (PF) reminds anglers of legislation that will have a direct impact on fishing and other recreational water activities for years to come: the 2007 Federal Farm Bill. "The Farm Bill's Conse ... Read More