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Recent Updates

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ANGLER EDUCATION CERTIFICATION IN SOUTHEAST KANSAS

Oct. 30, 2014Certification course prepares folks to teach fishing techniques in KansasPRATT – The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) will host an Angler Certification Course Dec. 6 for anglers wishing to teach fishing techniques in Kansas. The class will be held from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Greenbush Camp and Retreat Center ... Read More


WESTAR ENGERY GREEN TEAM HOSTS ANNUAL YOUTH DEER HUNT

October 30, 2014Applications for Jeffrey Energy Center deer hunt due Nov. 7TOPEKA – The Westar Energy Green Team will host rifle deer hunts for area youth who have little or no deer hunting experience. The guided hunts will be conducted at Jeffrey Energy Center, seven miles north of St. Marys, during the early firearm deer season, Dec. 3-14. Yo ... Read More


ENTER WILD ABOUT KANSAS YOUTH PHOTO CONTEST NOW

March 20, 2014Your next outdoor photo could land you in Kansas Wildlife & Parks magazinePRATT – Whether it’s a snapshot of a peaceful moment fishing on the lake, the fiery colors of a Kansas sunset, or the image of a white-tailed fawn at rest, Kansas Wildlife & Parks magazine staff want to see Kansas outdoors through the lens of your ca ... Read More


MOUNTAIN LION CONFIRMED IN LABETTE COUNTY

UPDATE: The trail camera photo had a date stamp of 9/24/2014 and a time stamp of 5:56 a.m.At the landowner’s request, the exact location of where the trail camera photo was taken will be kept confidential as it is private property and the landowner is currently hunting there.Oct. 23, 2014Mountain lion photographed on trail cam in southeast ... Read More


MIKE RADER NAMED AVIAN CONSERVATIONIST OF THE YEAR

Oct. 16, 2014Rader is recognized for his significant contributions to bird conservation, educationPRATT – If you’ve ever cracked open an issue ofKansas Wildlife & Parksmagazine and read the “Bird Brain” column, you’ve learned about birds from Mike Rader. If you’ve ever attended an EcoMeet or Kansas Archery in the Schools event, Rader played ... Read More