Public cautioned to leave young deer alone; mother is always nearby
PRATT -- Kansas outdoorsmen and women are seeing more deer fawns lately, and there's good reason: May and June are the primary deer fawning months in the Sunflower State.
The majority of fawns are born in late May and early June, following a gestati ... Read More
Lonely toms can make late-season turkey hunting worth the wait
PRATT -- It's May, and many outdoorsmen and women have turned from hunting turkeys to pursuit of spawning crappie or other popular sportfish. However, the avid hunter knows that there's still time to bag a big gobbler, and late in the season may be one of the best ... Read More
Participants asked to contact event organizers by June 4
JUNCTION CITY -- The 12th Annual Governor’s Golf and Fishing Classic will be held June 13-14 at Rolling Meadows Golf Course and Milford Reservoir, near Junction City. Participants may enjoy a round of golf at Rolling Meadows Golf Course on Friday, June 13. On Saturday mo ... Read More
Bill would provide $4 billion for conservation
WASHINGTON, D.C. --After nearly four months of extensions, House and Senate Farm Bill conferees have reached an agreement on the main elements of the 2008 Farm Bill. If passed, the bill would provide an additional $4 billion in new funding for conservation programs.
Wh ... Read More