Wildlife Education Service (WES)
We share space, land, water, air with many species on this part of the earth called Kansas. The stewardship and wise use of our natural resources is everyone's responsibility. As part of continuing commitment to this responsibility, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism created the Wildlife Education Service ( WES) in 1981. The WES utilizes field staff, educational programs, and resources to enhance the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Kansas' natural resources, especially wildlife.
November 15, 2012
More than 100 Kansas students compete in state ECO-Meet
PRATT--The 14th Annual Kansas State ECO-Meet Finals competition was held at Camp Webster Conference Center in Salina on Thursday, November 1. It was a perfect weather day for early November, and the competition proved to be an exciting, har ... Read More