2/19/09

KDWP news, 2/19/09


LAKE SCOTT STATE PARK DIGS UP ARCHEOLOGY SCHOOL
TUTTLE CREEK RANGE TO HOST WOMEN ON TARGET DAY MAY 9
ONE MORE WEEK FOR WINTER SQUIRRELSFURBEARER RUNNING SEASON BEGINS MARCH 1 Read More


LAKE SCOTT STATE PARK DIGS UP ARCHEOLOGY SCHOOL

Participants to explore prehistoric sites in revival of 1975 first-ever programLAKE SCOTT STATE PARK -- Once named by National Geographic Traveler magazine as one of the country's 50 top state parks, Lake Scott State Park is known to many Kansans as a place of astounding beauty. For others, it is a place of great historical and archeological s ... Read More


TUTTLE CREEK RANGE TO HOST WOMEN ON TARGET DAY MAY 9

All aspects of shooting sports to be covered; event limited to 45 womenMANHATTAN -- On Saturday, May 9, the Friends of Fancy Creek Range, Inc., will conduct a National Rifle Association Women On Target program, a shooting event for women ages 16 and older. The event will be held from 8 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. at the Fancy Creek Range in Tuttle ... Read More


ONE MORE WEEK FOR WINTER SQUIRRELS

Squirrels abundant in most of Kansas; season ends Feb. 28PRATT -- February is a down time for many hunters, but one often over-looked game species is abundant and active in Kansas -- the squirrel. But the season ends Feb. 28, and time is running out for those who want to hunt this elusive tree-dweller.Actually, Kansas has two species of squirr ... Read More


FURBEARER RUNNING SEASON BEGINS MARCH 1

Season runs through Nov. 1; firearms may not be possessedPRATT -- Although beaver trapping season runs through March 31, all other Kansas trapping seasons are over for the winter. However, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks reminds hound enthusiasts that the furbearer running season begins March 1. This is the time for furbearer hunte ... Read More