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Recent Updates

This is a list of the last 75 updates to the website.

10/18/14 - 10/19/14: Harper Co. - Attica THIS CLASS IS FULL
Hunter Ed Course
(Attica High School)

10/18/14 - 10/19/14: Sumner Co. - Conway Springs THIS CLASS IS FULL
Hunter Ed Course
(Conway Springs Middle School)

KDWPT AND CONSERVATION ORGANIZATIONS TEAM UP FOR WILDLIFE AND HUNTERS

Oct. 16, 2014Land acquisition made possible through collaborative effortBLUE RAPIDS–The Tuttle Creek Wildlife Area has grown by almost 500 acres as the result of a collaborative effort by The National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), Pheasants Forever (PF), Quail Forever (QF), and the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT). The ... Read More


11/8/14 - Leavenworth Co. - Tonganoxie
Hunter Ed Internet assisted field day and testing session
(Tonganoxie City Maintenance Shop)

Catfish 10-14

Bullheads 10-14

Saugeye 10-14

Largemouth Bass 1-14

KANSAS WETLANDS EDUCATION CENTER WILL HOST HUNTER BREAKFAST OCT. 11

Oct. 9, 2014Breakfast will be accompanied by info booths, raffle, silent auctionPRATT – Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area offers fantastic duck hunting opportunities and memories to last a lifetime, but now the wildlife area has even more to offer. On Oct. 11, opening day of the Low Plains Early Zone duck season, the Kansas Wetlands Education Cen ... Read More


QUAIL INITIATIVE HABITAT TOUR AND DINNER

Oct. 9, 2014Reserve your spot by Oct. 15PRATT – Landowners and anyone interested in improving quail habitat on their property are invited to attend a quail habitat tour and free dinner Tuesday, October 21 at Melvern Wildlife Area, Reading. Starting at 4:30 p.m., a tour of completed and active habitat projects on Melvern Wildlife Area will be co ... Read More


PHEASANTS FOREVER TO HOST YOUTH UPLAND HUNT OCT. 18

Oct. 9, 2014The hunt is held in memory of Darrell Brown and Lavern StiebenHAYS – It’s easy to let a hectic schedule get in the way of making time for the outdoors, and all too often youth miss out on experiencing one of Kansas’ greatest assets – its hunting heritage. In an effort to introduce youth to the long-standing tradition of upland bird ... Read More


PUBLIC INVITED TO NEOSHO WILDLIFE AREA INFORMATION NIGHT

Oct. 9, 2014Topics covered include renovations, water conditions and morePRATT – Sportsmen and women, and anyone who visits the Neosho Wildlife Area, are invited to attend a public information meeting Oct. 14 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will take place at Function Junction, north of the Highway 59/ Highway 47 junction, on the east side of the road ... Read More