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WILDLIFE AND PARKS COMMISSION TO MEET JAN. 10
U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE REINTRODUCES BLACK-FOOTED FERRETS IN LOGAN COUNTY
KAWS ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF FIRST EXECUTIVE DIRECTORJANUARY FEATURES KANSAS EAGLE DAYS TOURS AND DEMONSTRATIONS Read More


WILDLIFE AND PARKS COMMISSION TO MEET JAN. 10

Public invited to attend sessions at Memorial Hall in Independence TOPEKA – The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission will conduct a public meeting and hearing in Independence on Jan. 10. The public is invited to attend all sessions of the meeting, which will be conducted at Memorial Hall, Penn and Locust streets, in Independence. The afterno ... Read More


U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE REINTRODUCES BLACK-FOOTED FERRETS IN LOGAN COUNTY

Project hopes to establish one of 10 free-ranging populations in Great Plains PRATT -- Due largely to habitat destruction, only 18 black-footed ferrets existed in 1986, down from a population that once covered the entire Great Plains. Thanks to aggressive conservation and reintroduction efforts, today ferrets number well over 600. The latest ... Read More


KAWS ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF FIRST EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Harold Klaege, Salina, to lead 11-year-old state organization TOPEKA -- In December, the Kansas Alliance for Wetlands and Streams' (KAWS) board of directors announced the appointment of its first executive director, Harold L. Klaege of Salina. “With the hiring of Harold Klaege in the new executive director position, we will take KAWS to a ne ... Read More


JANUARY FEATURES KANSAS EAGLE DAYS TOURS AND DEMONSTRATIONS

Events organized to educate participants about national symbol PRATT -- Each winter, bald eagles migrate into Kansas, providing bird watchers the chance to observe one of the nation's most spectacular birds. To improve opportunities to view the U.S. national symbol, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) -- in cooperation with th ... Read More